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Humanitarian Observatories: Empowering Change from Within

In the pursuit of humanitarian reform and improved governance, several humanitarian observatories have emerged in Africa, Latin America, and South Asia. These observatories, part of the project on humanitarian governance and advocacy, aim to review and influence humanitarian action at the local level. Led by the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), this five-year program funded by the European Research Council seeks to create spaces for actors affected by aid interventions to monitor and propose changes for more effective and accountable humanitarian practices.

With observatories in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Latin America and the Caribbean, and South Asia, and the upcoming launch in the Philippines, these local initiatives empower communities, civil society members, and researchers to observe and assess the humanitarian aid system within their specific contexts. By focusing on national or regional settings, these observatories amplify diverse voices and foster effective advocacy tailored to the needs and interests of the affected communities.

Beyond monitoring, these observatories become spaces for learning, exchange of insights, strategic thinking, and taking action. As they continue to evolve, these observatories promise to shape humanitarian governance and foster positive changes from the ground up. This transformative initiative aims to revolutionize humanitarian practices and build resilience to disasters and climate change.

The Humanitarian Observatory brings stakeholders from various sectors to discuss and share insights on humanitarian governance. It empowers participants with enriched knowledge and perspectives, driving learning and growth in the field.

With a focus on strategic thinking, the Observatory encourages shared discussions on desired changes, particularly in relation to localization and humanitarian programming. By collaborating on action points, participants drive impactful transformations, from writing manifestos to producing blogs, shaping the future of humanitarian endeavors.

Open to all stakeholders passionate about creating a better world; the Humanitarian Observatory invites you to join this transformative journey. Together, we can drive positive change, ensuring no one is left behind in times of crisis.

Sign up now to learn more and become a part of this influential movement.



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