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Women, peace and countering violent extremism

By Pip Henty, Humanitarian Advisory Group Last week, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop announced Australia’s new framework, Development Approaches to Countering Violent Extremism. The framework outlines how development assistance will be delivered to counter violent...

Trump Presidency and Women: Shake Up or Shameful?

  By Kate Sutton and Ayla Black, Humanitarian Advisory Group   As a business we have a strong interest and focus on women in leadership. Donald Trump’s election, and inauguration today, as President of the United States, raises innumerable questions and...

Humanitarian Summer Reading

Welcome to our first edition of Humanitarian Summer Reading – we hope you enjoy it!   As we close the year and prepare for the holidays, we’ve been reflecting on the past year. 2016 has seen some big developments for Humanitarian Advisory Group. In...

Women in Humanitarian Leadership – Where are they?

  Ayla Black, Humanitarian Advisory Group   Globally, women remain underrepresented in leadership across sectors. Those women who do manage to break through the barriers can expect to be remunerated significantly less than their male counterparts. New...

Trump and Humanitarianism

(Image source: New York Times) By Beth Eggleston and Kate Sutton; Humanitarian Advisory Group   Trump and humanitarianism. Oxymoronic to say the least. The effects of Trump becoming President-elect of the United States of America will ripple across time zones and...

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