ICYMI: INSO has launched a bespoke online training on the essentials of NGO safety and security management.
The pl… https://t.co/CPCllcppBs 25 Feb 2021
RT @INSOinfo: Conflict activity in Afghanistan reached unprecedented levels in 2020, with a 16% increase in recorded incidents compared to… 24 Feb 2021
Each month, we update our Key Data Dashboard with the number of NGO incidents our teams have recorded across 14 hig… https://t.co/7fTUOc6Tjg 23 Feb 2021
There is one week left to apply to be our new Human Resources Manager, based in The Hague.
The position will be r… https://t.co/T65XQpMpaQ 22 Feb 2021
Last year more than 100 new local and international NGOs signed up for INSO services, bringing us to a total of mor… https://t.co/LfYgGoinnm 19 Feb 2021
Full reports are available for registered partners. Find out how to register: https://t.co/4GKjEWNj73
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Each quarter INSO provides locally sourced information, data and analysis to help support and inform partner organi… https://t.co/zHTqRbZjpr 17 Feb 2021
NGO incidents in the country increased 43% in 2020, compared to 2019, although the proportion of serious incidents… https://t.co/suGbb5R9bd 17 Feb 2021
The emergence and mobilisation of armed groups in opposition to the presidential election process contributed to th… https://t.co/95mVtiPDWT 17 Feb 2021
In 2020, the Central African Republic saw a yearly record in reported security incidents.
This was likely partly… https://t.co/SShWjssND1 17 Feb 2021
World Humanitarian Day 2019
Protect Our Colleagues
19 August 2019
On this day, INSO reiterates its call for the global humanitarian community to reinforce its commitment in ensuring the support, protection and safety of national NGO staff operating in volatile contexts around the world.