We independently invest our time and resources back into the humanitarian sector where they are most needed and most valuable.
Aligning with our social purpose commitments, we invest our time and expertise into supporting our sector. This includes research, events, mentoring, education and training, supporting local partners, promoting ethical business practices and responding generously, from a position of ‘yes’ to the requests of our peers.
Honesty, bravery and evidence are key in this endeavour. Independently funded and future-focused think pieces and contributions allow us to pose questions to the sector, and on behalf of the sector, being propositional, challenging the status quo, and promoting progress on topical issues.
Our Off the Record: Candid Conversations with Humanitarians series features speakers with interesting insights on topical humanitarian issues or contexts. We ask them the tough questions, and invite the sector to do the same.
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We endeavoured to reach out to our peers and offer what we could. This included:
From big picture issues, to career ideas or acting as a sounding board, we will always make time to have a conversation over a cup of coffee (or any other beverage). If you’ve got an interesting idea, we want to hear it.
Tuesday 2 November – Transforming Humanitarian Response and Action: What Can We Learn from the Women, Peace and Security Agenda?
HAG’s Beth Eggleston is speaking at the ANU Gender Institute on the Women, Peace and Security Agenda.
Time: 5:00PM – 6:00PM AEST.
Missed our event with The University of Melbourne on (In)Equality in the Aid Sector? You can now watch or listen to the conversation here.
New podcast – Trumanitarian: Haggling for a Grander Bargain
Meg Sattler recently sat down with HAG’s Kate Sutton and Beth Eggleston to discuss diversity in the humanitarian sector and building evidence to create meaningful change.
New podcast – International Committee of the Red Cross: “It matters who is around the table”
HAG’s Kate Sutton sits down with Zakaria Jama God, Samantha Dickson and Martha Keays from the Red Cross and Crescent Movement to discuss what diverse and inclusive leadership in the humanitarian sector means to them.
You can listen to the podcast here.