ICVA Annual Conference 2020

Each year, ICVA holds an Annual Conference, which provides an important opportunity for members to convene and discuss issues relevant to the humanitarian sector, as informed by ICVA’s membership base.

At ICVA’s 2019 Annual Conference “Translating Commitment to Action” ICVA members and partners highlighted the importance to dive deeper into the risk to principled humanitarian action and in turn the risks taken by NGOs to deliver effective and efficient humanitarian assistance to those most in need.

ICVA’s Annual Conference will bring together members, States, donors, UN agencies, experts and other stakeholders to share their experiences, lessons learned, challenges and ways forward around these issues. The Annual Conference will be held on 18 March and will be preceded by a Members’ Day on 17 March and followed by a Partners’ Day on 19 March which will provide an opportunity for NGOs to further engage and interact around the theme.

 

For more information please see the Concept Note.

 

Registration

If you are interested in attending the ICVA Annual Conference and engagement days 2020, please complete this form.  You will only be registered once you have received a confirmation email.

 

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Acknowledgements

ICVA is grateful to its membership, Board and partners for dues, funding and other contributions and in – kind support.

We would also like to thank the following governments, organisations, and members for their generous support:

  • Australian Permanent Mission’s International Development Fund (IDF)
  • European Union
  • German Humanitarian Assistance
  • Government of the Grand Duchy of Luzembourg
  • Hilton Foundation
  • International Organization for Migration
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Netherlands
  • Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, Sida
  • Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC)
  • UNHCR, The UN Refugee Agency
  • UNICEF
  • United States Department of State, Bureau of Population Refugees and Migration (PRM)

 

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