A humanitarian practitioners exchange & learning event
– On invitation only! –
Sanctions and donors’ redlines on early recovery programs have a persisting negative impact on humanitarian aid in Syria. These regulations and redlines are unclear and quite complex for humanitarian professionals. Furthermore, there seems to be a growing trend of overcompliance to these regulations by international NGOs working in Syria.
KUNO, the platform for humanitarian knowledge exchange, and Mohammad Kanfash of the Center for Conflict Studies organize a humanitarian practitioners exchange and learning session to explore challenges, bottlenecks and potential ways forward for humanitarian practice in Syria.
Sub issues we would like to discuss:
- Lack of funding (as an external challenge)
- Lack of clarity on rules and regulations by donors (external challenge)
- De-risking by NGOs, in terms of early recovery (internal challenge)
- Overcompliance by NGOs (internal challenge)
This learning session will mainly be a face-to-face discussion (we’ll only allow very limited online participation) under Chatham House Rule. Participants should be able and willing to share the bottlenecks they encounter – both within and outside their organisations.
To sign up for this event, send an email to email@example.com
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