At the close of this year-long project, the project team is extremely pleased to share The Acceptance Toolkit This toolkit is designed to serve as a practical guide for NGO staff to understand, assess and strengthen their organization’s acceptance approach … Continue reading
We are pleased to release our final report and to announce the conclusion of this year-long collaborative effort to further the NGO community’s understanding of acceptance as a security management approach and under what circumstances it can be effective. We … Continue reading
We recently presented some of our findings from our acceptance field research in East Africa at the InterAction Forum in Washington, DC and the EISF Forum in Brussels, Belgium. The presentation below also explores our upcoming Acceptance Assessment Toolkit and … Continue reading
We are excited to release the first two of three of our country reports. Kenya, South Sudan and Uganda Country Reports Findings from Field Research on Acceptance These reports present key findings on three main research questions: 1) What do organizations … Continue reading
As many of you know, the project team recently presented at the InterAction Forum 2011 at a session titled: In Acceptance we Trust? The brief below provides some of the highlights of the field research and findings, which will be discussed … Continue reading
Learn about our recent Regional Consultation and Training Workshop in Nairobi and field research in East Africa. Click to view and download the Workshop & CLA Report.
The Collaborative Learning Approach to NGO Security Management project recently held two key events in East Africa: a Regional Consultation and Training Workshop in Nairobi and field research on acceptance in Kenya, Uganda and South Sudan. The aim of the … Continue reading
We are pleased to share our Acceptance White Paper. View the article and share your thoughts with colleagues and the project team. You can now DOWNLOAD THE ACCEPTANCE WHITE PAPER directly as well.
During the HQ consultations in Washington DC and Geneva discussions arose around the relative merits/constraints between a centralized vs. a decentralized approach to security management. At Save the Children we have largely used a ‘centralized’ approach; that is, creating a … Continue reading