- Do aid agencies understand the security context in which they work and its implications for staff and operations?
- Do aid agencies gather enough information on the full range of security incidents?
- Do headquarter staff act on available information in strategic planning decisions?
These questions, and more, are answered in the Security Incident Information Management Handbook, a free downloadable resource sharing best practice, guidelines, tools and recommendations to enhance organisational security incident information management.
Other questions considered in the handbook include:
- Is it common practice that staff and volunteers give informed consent for the security context they will face when accepting a posting?
- Are field staff sufficiently equipped to collect, analyse and share security incident information?
- Do agencies share relevant information to improve the sector-wide understanding of the security context?
- Do advocacy departments use the security incident information to call for change?
Join us on 13th of September 2017 for a panel discussion and drinks reception to launch the Security Incident Information Management Handbook and unpick these questions.