On February 4th 2016, the UK, Norway, Germany, the United Nations and Kuwait co-hosted the 2016 Supporting Syria and the Region conference in London. This was the fourth annual pledging conference and this year it..
Over two days on 4-5th December 2015, The Humanitarian Forum facilitated a meeting with our WHS partners i.e. the organisations who put together national consultations in 35 countries between January 2014 and November 2015. Together we..
On 27th-29th December 2015, The Humanitarian forum led a stakeholders meeting and a 2-day workshop on training, capacity building etc with the newly established Regulatory Authority for Charitable Activities (RACA). We have been working with..
Strengthening the role of Syrian civil society is a primary concern for humanitarian organisations working in and around Syria. Over the course of two days on 6th & 7th December 2015, The Humanitarian Forum held..
Our work on the World Humanitarian Summit is part of identifying how our strengths can aid those most vulnerable in this global humanitarian system. Our thanks to Ban Ki-moon for initiating this much needed process.
As the conflict in Yemen rages on, humanitarian needs only multiply. The extract below is part of longer, more informative statement from Johannes Van Der Klaauw, the UN Humanitarian Co-ordinator for Yemen: “We welcome any..
[huge_it_gallery id=”2″] After months of national consultations, The Humanitarian Forum among other participants, was invited to join the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) Regional Meeting on 3rd and 4th March 2015 to discuss the findings. The..
Here at The Humanitarian Forum, we wanted to highlight the dialogue fatigue that surrounds the crisis in Syria. Various recent newspaper articles have pointed out the apathy from the general public but there is also..
Our second regional coordination meeting in Morocco took place in Rabat from 26th-28th January 2015 and was attended by 60 participants from 13 different Arab countries. It was organised in partnership with our hosts ISESCO..
More than 35 participants representing different Saudi civil society organisations attended the national consultation workshop in Riyadh on 17th September. It was hosted by Alwaleed Bin Talal Foundation and in coordination with UNOCHA. In addition to..