The Foundation’s Talks and Debates: the end of hospitality in Europe?

The Foundation’s Talks and Debates: the end of hospitality in Europe?

Posted by: on May 15, 2017 | No Comments

In April 2017, Dr. Fabienne Brugère was invited by the Foundation to discuss her latest book, The end of hospitality, Lampedusa, Lesbos, Calais… Where does it end?, and the way Europeans deal with the current migrant crisis, a pure geopolitical, or even political, issue… or a question of morals and ethics?

FOCUS ON – Ethics and state funding: the quest for independent humanitarian action

FOCUS ON – Ethics and state funding: the quest for independent humanitarian action

Posted by: on Feb 22, 2017 | No Comments

The ethical analysis of state funding is designed to ensure the independence of humanitarian action. In situations of armed conflict, it must be dynamic and adapted to the context. Yet, given the changing nature of conflicts, it is imperative for NGOs to constantly review the safeguards it puts in place.

Private sector partnerships that do not compromise our ethics as humanitarian actors

Private sector partnerships that do not compromise our ethics as humanitarian actors

Posted by: on Nov 30, 2016 | No Comments

For VOICE’s 24th newsletter, Amandine Rave, Handicap International Foundation’s Ethical and Policy Analyst, shared some thoughts on private sector partnerships, NGO funding and ethics, highlighting how Handicap International’s ethical evaluation of its fund-providing private partners contributes to its independence.

 

ALERT – Third issue of Humanitarian Alternatives finally released !

ALERT – Third issue of Humanitarian Alternatives finally released !

Posted by: on Nov 30, 2016 | No Comments

A new issue of Humanitarian Alternatives has just been released ! With a focus on forced migration, this third and last issue of 2016 offers greater and renewed content on topics such as the World Humanitarian Summit or the European refugee crises.