Humanitarian hub

The world is facing the largest displacement crisis since the second world war, and the gap between humanitarian need and available aid is widening.

We've curated examples of the humanitarian work of NGOs, as well as useful resources and the latest humanitarian news and views. If you have useful material you think we should include here, please let us know.

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Humanitarian resources

£28,660 - £33,199
A unique opportunity to make a significant impact on a growing global organisation
Closes: 11 January 2019
We are looking for a Community Leadership Manager to join our new global anti-stigma work, partnering with local NGOs in five low- and middle-income countries.
Closes: 1 January 2019
£40,222 - £41,440
Do you have a passion for designing innovative development programmes to transform gender norms and realise women’s and girls’ rights? If so, you could be our new Senior Business Development Specialist.
Closes: 6 January 2019
We are looking for a Programme Coordinator to coordinate the overall ‘Out of the Problem - Into the Solution: Girls as Drivers of Change’ project plan creation and delivery
Closes: 10 January 2019
Working within the Global Donor Partnership Team, provide lead donor specialism on a range of North America based bi-lateral and multi-lateral agencies and foundations for VSO worldwide.
Closes: 6 January 2019
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Penny Lawrence looks at the structural and cultural changes multi-mandate NGOs can make to keep up with future trends.
11 December 2018

Humanitarian news and views

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DFID's communications strategy and sector trends

Tim Singleton, director of communications at DFID, will be discussing DFID’s current direction of travel in terms of communications strategy, and looking for feedback from you in terms of trends within the sector.
18 December 2018 (12)
Crowd at Oxford Circus station in London
Experts debate the relationship between media attitudes and the British public’s declining trust in NGOs.
13 November 2018
Woman walking through ruined area of Sana'a, Yemen
A new poll has found that 42% of the UK public do not know that there is a war going on in Yemen. Why is there such a lack of awareness?
13 November 2018

#ShareHumanity on Twitter

1 year ago

Centre for Safety helps NGOs to navigate dangerous situations #aid #sharehumanity

1 year ago

Raptim Humanitarian Travel Tips: Obtaining The Right Documents #humanitarian #aid