Unpacking the localisation agenda: What do we mean by ‘as local as possible’?
On 14 May VOICE will host an event bringing together donors and implementing agencies to understand the localisation debate and why it matters for the humanitarian sector.
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The new website to foster NGOs’ engagement in the Grand Bargain is now online!
VOICE is happy to announce the launch of this website with the objective to contribute to raise awareness and facilitate access to relevant information for NGOs and frontline responders in relation to the Grand Bargain.
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Addressing Protection Needs in Humanitarian Action
In this issue of the VOICE out loud, NGOs reflect on different aspects of protection in their daily operations. Our members have illustrated this through their work in different crises.
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Ensuring people’s needs are at the heart of the nexus approach: a humanitarian NGO perspective
VOICE 2018 General Assembly Resolution
The 2018 VOICE General Assembly resolution focuses on the key actions to succesfully implement the humanitarian-development nexus.
VOICE Statement on the next Multiannual Financial Framework and the 2019 EU budget
Click here to download VOICE statement with the remarks and recommendations to the EU Member States and the European Parliament on the Humanitarian aid funding.
One World Film Festival: Conversations with Alliance2015 EU Aid VolunteersNew
Brussels III Syria Crisis Conference "Supporting the future of Syria and the region" 12-14 March 2019
New Sphere Handbook: Launch event in Brussels
Applying a nexus approach to transcend the humanitarian-development divide: how differently do we need to work to leave no one behind?Tour & Taxis Avenue du Port, 86c BrusselsPublic event
VOICE Event on Localisation, 14 May 201929 April 2019
NGO reaction to the "Brussels III" Conference on Supporting Syria and the Region, 14 March 201915 March 2019
Caritas Position Paper on Brussels III Syria Crisis Conference, March 201913 March 2019Members' publications