The Grand Bargain 2.0 re-emphasized the importance of locally-led humanitarian response. This goes hand in hand with the need to rethink roles and responsibilities in humanitarian and development action. Where are we now? Are we institutionally fit for partnering? Which roles will local, national and international NGOs play in the future? What does this mean in practice? These are the questions that we will discuss in our online peer-learning series.
The series consists of three consecutive online sessions with a mix of input, individual reflection, small group discussions, and further peer-sharing in plenary. It will take place on 7, 14 and 22 September and includes regular breaks.
What the current status-quo in humanitarian partnerships looks like and how we have arrived there
How you can discover your institutional fitness for partnering, using self-assessments
Where your organisation stands with regard to the whole conversation and policy commitments on localization and local ownership/leadership
How the future of aid and international humanitarian and development NGOs is likely to look like
Directors, senior managers from different departments and board members of German, national and local humanitarian and development NGOs
We reflect on where we come from, where we are now, what shaped that journey, and if and how we are thinking about the medium-term future for our organisations. Some of the questions will be
07.9.2021 - 22.9.2021
9 hours of training