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Our research is about generating evidence and learning for the sector, drawing on the knowledge of local experts. We seek to articulate the complex challenges that exist in the humanitarian system and make sure that everyone can play a role in crafting a solution.
As an independent organisation we bring a fresh perspective to how we understand impact. We aim to produce accessible evaluations and reviews that lay out clear pathways for improvement and capture success stories.
We bring people together to collectively reflect, take stock and plan. We enjoy learning about and helping address practical challenges facing teams, as well as bringing current best practice and new ideas to the table.
We support humanitarian agencies and donors to develop or adapt policies and programs that reflect best practice and continual learning. We are able to use our practical experience and extensive networks to bring current thinking into the mix.
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The University of Melbourne Master of Development Studies Program and Humanitarian Advisory Group invite you to a moderated panel discussion on embedding feminist approaches in development work.
Feminist approaches impact development programs and operations in a number of ways. It can be informed by sexual orientation, gender identity, and expression, and sex characteristics (SOGIESC) realities, lived experiences and representation in the workplace. These inform barriers and enablers to a more effective response for communities in international development.
We hope to see you there!
📅 27 May, 2021
🏫 Linkway Room (Level 4), John Medley Building, The University of Melbourne
25 & 26 May, 2021
Jess Lees will be presenting on HAG’s Humanitarians and the Climate Crisis Practice Paper at ICVA’s 2021 Virtual Annual Conference. The conference focuses on how NGOs can adapt and mitigate humanitarian action to the climate and environment. Read more and register here.
27 May, 2021
HAG and the University of Melbourne Master of Development Studies Program invite you to Embedding Feminist Approaches in Development Work, an open-invite professional practice seminar. You can register here. We hope to see you there!
Last year, Beth Eggleston and Pip Henty from HAG sat down with the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies to discuss Women, Peace and Security in the Indo-Pacific region.
Watch the interview here.