On Tuesday 10th December, Dr. Randolph Kent, the lead author of the paper, will discuss the report and the potential futures for humanitarian NGOs with Marc DuBois, Executive Director of Médecins Sans Frontières UK, Dr. Noah Radford of Futurescaper, and others in a discussion chaired by Carolyn Makinson, Executive Director of the International Rescue Committee UK.
The final workshop of the project is taking place at Somerset House.
Emma Visman is attending the Kenya Network Exchange Meeting at the British Geological Survey in Edinburgh.
Global Agenda Councils of the World Economic Forum: Catastrophic Risks and Complex Systems – Pandemics
On behalf of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Councils on Catastrophic Risks and Complex Systems, we would like to invite you to a workshop hosted by King’s College London, at Somerset House on 11 November 2013. The workshop on 11 November is the second in a series of workshops...
Dr Alice Obrecht will be part of the working group for NGO Legitimacy and Accountability for the British International Studies Association.
Together with the Australian Civil Military Centre (ACMC), from 8 – 10 October HFP will be running the second iteration of The Ferghana Valley 2035 Capacity Challenge Simulation as part of a joint HFP/ACMC research project on the Private Sector Challenge: Risks and Opportunities in Crisis Situations.
HFP and CaLP are hosting the Cash Transfer Programming - Fit For the Future?: Findings Meeting to present the key findings from the research undertaken by HFP and others to answer the essential question - Are NGOs, UN organisations, donors, governments and policy makers that implement, fund and influence...
External Event This Cobweb Event run by SAMI Consulting will focus on the use of new tools for futures work, building on the Three Horizons and taking in Ethnographic Futures Framework. For more information contact Sophie...
Dr Alice Obrecht from Humanitarian Futures Programme is delivering a presentation at the World Vision International Accountability Conference on 17th September 2013. For more information contact Dr Alice Obrecht.
By 2035, how will humanitarian action have changed? What might be the priority crisis drivers? And how will factors such as technological advances, organisational changes and urbanisation change the way that we respond to the future crises? In July, The