Diversity & Inclusion Road Trip - #4 Partners in the Global South
This is our search for good practices, courageous steps, possible answers to challenging questions, and hopefully many useful tools to strengthen diversity and inclusion in the humanitarian sector. We will offer inspiring examples, experienced speakers, a platform for questions and dialogue, and a safe space to discuss challenging dilemmas and hard concerns.
In the fourth session of the Diversity & Inclusion Road Trip, we will reflect on the question ‘How to achieve equality and inclusion in the relationship with colleagues and partners from the Global South?’
We will present practical tools and lessons learned on how to start an open conversation with your partners or in-country colleagues about sharing decision making power over designing and implementing responses.
- Lola Gostelow, accredited broker of the Partnership Brokers Association and chair of the Board of the CHS Alliance.
- Heinz Greijn, who co-developed the Power Awareness Tool for Partos.
- Anne Nieuwenhuis, co-chair of the DRA Localisation Working Group, Save the Children.
The KUNO Road Trip is moderated and organized by Bernice Feller Thijm (JustB), Mariken Gaanderse (OnPurpose), Otto Kamsteeg (OnPurpose) and KUNO.
For more information on the Road Trip, take a look here.
Missed this session? Or want to revisit what was shared? Check out the short blog post we wrote about it here.
If you have good practices or useful tools you can share, please e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions.