Noor Lekkerkerker, Head of Advocacy and Research, Basmeh and Zeitooneh, and Howard Mollett, Head of Humanitarian Policy, CAFOD As the impacts of the Coronavirus epidemic are felt… Read more “COVID-19: Four entry-points to localise the response”
Today and tomorrow (17-18th December), the UN, governments, civil society and other stakeholders gather in Geneva for the Global Refugee Forum to take stock of efforts to… Read more “Global Refugee Forum – a Localisation perspective”
C4C and the NEAR network hosted a preparatory meeting (Monday 26th August) for national and local NGOs in Jakarta prior to the Grand Bargain localisation workstream Asia/Pacific… Read more “Charter For Change and NEAR pre-meeting to Grand Bargain Asia / Pacific regional meeting on localisation”
This year World Humanitarian day is celebrating women humanitarians. As women are usually at the heart of conflict or any other humanitarian crisis they however remain the… Read more “World Humanitarian Day 19 August 2019- Celebrating Women Humanitarians”
Celebrated every year on 19 August, World Humanitarian Day aims to raise awareness about humanitarian efforts worldwide. This year, the focus is on the role of Women… Read more “World Humanitarian Day 2019 – Regional Webinars on Women Humanitarians”
This Grand Bargain Annual Review event brings together donor governments, UN, INGOs, but local NGOs are almost entirely absent from the formal process. So in the absence… Read more “Messages from Charter4Change national NGO endorsers to the Grand Bargain Annual Review meeting (27 June 2019)”
Every year, the Charter4Change (C4C) publishes an Annual Report to report on progress by its signatories on implementing the eight commitments in the C4C Charter. This year’s… Read more “New Charter4Change Annual Report and Policy Recommendations 2019”
The Charter for Change held its 3rd annual meeting 4-5 December 2018 in Oslo, Norway. Close to 50 representatives, INGO signatories and local NGO endorsers from around… Read more “Communiqué – 3rd annual Charter4Change meeting, December 2018”
In the eastern DRC, community groups offer essential services to women affected by sexual violence.
A statement has been released on behalf of the Charter for Change, to mark World Humanitarian Day 2018.