How to shift to locally led action? A joint KUNO and ReflACTION event
ICCO/Kerk in Actie
What does it take to shift international crisis response to locally led collaborative action? That was the core question in the event that brought together experienced professionals and free thinkers from different backgrounds with an interest in actively contributing to a fundamental transformation of humanitarian aid.
During the event we focused on changing approaches to aid management and practice, and the relationship between crisis-affected people and aid actors, particularly with regard to recipients’ roles in decision-making processes. The event linked the current debate in The Netherlands about the future of aid with the results of the ReflACTION community and the ideas for the path ahead.
The report of the workshop can be found here.
ReflACTION is an independent and open platform calling for a truly collaborative international response to crisis. Since early 2017 a group of individuals has embarked on an exciting journey into the emerging future of international response to crises.