Holding ourselves accountable, to whom and how?

Humanitarian Governance webinar series, episode 7
Presenter

Tanya Wood

Tanya Wood is Director of the CHS Alliance, a network of more than 150 organizations committed to making aid work better for people, through application of the Core Humanitarian Standards.

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Date
Wednesday 23 Feb 2022, 16:00 - 17:00
Type
Webinar
Spoken Language
English
Room
Zoom
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In this Humanitarian Governance webinar, Tanya Wood will discuss current opportunities and challenges for a more accountable aid system.

About the presentation

She will ask to whom should the aid system be accountable and how do organizations need to adapt as individual entities and in how they work with each other?

Tanya Wood

Webinar hosts

Professor Thea Hilhorst is host and moderator
Gabriela Villacis is commentator

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About the Hum-Gov webinar series

The Humanitarian Governance (Hum-Gov) research project explores the changing dynamics of humanitarian governance in DRC, Ethiopia and Colombia, with a focus on civil society actors and crisis-affected people.

During our monthly Hum-Gov Webinar series guest speakers will contribute with different perspectives around humanitarian governance, accountability, advocacy and alternatives.

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