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Watch Ross Mountain´s IFRC RedTalk

2020 and beyond: is the humanitarian community prepared for the future? Anticipation, resilience and leadership are key for future humanitarian challenges. Watch the video from the July 14th RedTalk Read more...

Australia overhauls aid framework

The Australian government recently released a new aid framework based on the results of the Independent Review of Aid Effectiveness – the first review of Australia’s aid in 15 years. Following a public consultation process to which DARA contributed, the new [...] Read more...

Launch of Global Humanitarian Assistance (GHA) Report 2011

"Improving government aid transparency is a critical step towards being more accountable to crisis-affected populations, but it also makes sense, as the GHA Report points out, for ensuring that aid resources can be used more effectively and efficiently." From Philip Tamminga´s guest blog entry at the Global Humanitarian Assistance site. Read more...

The Guardian: The Republic of South Sudan turns a new page (Op-ed)

Read an Op-ed by Ross Mountain in The Guardian. "This is not the time to give up on vulnerable populations in Darfur and South Kordofan" Read more...

Ross Mountain´s IFRC Red Talk today

Ross Mountain will address the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies today at 2 to 3pm (GMT+1): ¨2020 and beyond: is the humanitarian community prepared for the future?¨. Watch the live stream at http://www.ifrc.org/redtalk Read more...

DARA Annual Report 2010

2010 has been a year of growth, progress, and innovation for DARA. Read the 2010 DARA Annual Report and watch the video. Read more...

Podcast: Climate change and gender

Gender inequality, multi-dimensional poverty and vulnerability are all strongly linked to climate change. Tune in to DARA’s latest podcast on climate change and gender based on the findings of our 2010 Climate Vulnerability Monitor. Read more...

June 2011: UK government response to the Humanitarian Emergency Response Review

Yesterday, the UK Secretary of State, Andrew Mitchell, responded to Parliament on the government’s reaction to the Humanitarian Emergency Response Review (HERR), an independent analysis of the emergency response dimension of the United Kingdom’s humanitarian aid Read more...

New Leadership report by ALNAP

In recent evaluations and in the Humanitarian Response Index, DARA has highlighted leadership as one of the core issues to be strengthened in humanitarian assistance. ALNAP’s new report Leadership in Action: Leading effectively in humanitarian operations looks [...] Read more...

The UK commits to humanitarian principles and recommendations of the Humanitarian Emergency Response Review

The government of the United Kingdom reported to Parliament on Lord Ashdown’s independent Humanitarian Emergency Response Review (HERR), June 15th 2011. The UK Secretary of State, Andrew Mitchell, said in the response that the majority of the recommendations [...] Read more...

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