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Incorporating localisation in humanitarian HR culture - recommendations from the SOHP study

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Bioforce recently published the study "The State of Humanitarian Professions" which was presented and discussed at a global conference on 17 November 2020. Amongst other findings, the study revealed timely and very relevant information on humanitarian competencies and recruitement trends which have enormous implications for the localisation agenda. The study highlights a contradiction between, on the one hand humanitarain HR culture and practise, and, on the other hand the need to localise the humanitarian workforce. Several recommendations were formulated and our proposition is to share and discuss some of these at the Humanitarian Leadership Conference

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