On 8 November, join us for ICVA-PHAP’s webinar on “Localization: Perspectives on change” and hear from different actors’ experiences working towards greater localization of humanitarian action. The discussion will provide an overview of the concept of localization, how it has evolved, and how it is currently used. Participants will learn more about how governments, non-State donors, private sector actors, and diaspora actors see current opportunities, challenges, and future trends. The impact of localization initiatives on principled and effective humanitarian action will also be examined.
The webinar “Localization: Perspectives on change” builds on ICVA’s “Localization Examined” Briefing Paper. It aims to help NGOs better understand the perspectives of a range of diverse actors towards localization, with the ambition to prompt further discussion and action.
This webinar is part of the “Navigating Change” Learning Stream which includes a total of six webinars, briefing papers and other resources. All practitioners interested in humanitarian policy issues, particularly NGO staff, are encouraged to attend.