In 2015 the Human Aspects Professional Working Group ran two workshops drawn from the experience of practitioners and those affected by incidents. The first focused on the Human Aspects of emergencies overall.
This new national guidance from the Cabinet Office is intended to provide information and advice for the wide range of stakeholders involved in planning and delivering activities to address the Human Aspects (HA) during and following an emergency. Its primary purpose is to support local practitioners planning and co-ordinating frontline activities to address HA in […]
Research by Lancaster University/Save the Children: “Children are known to be acutely affected during and after floods, losing their homes, friendship networks and familiar surroundings. They also see adults under great strain and witness the exceptional and long-term tensions that flooding brings about. Research also shows that children play a major role in recovery work, […]
Presentation by Rebecca Stockwell at the Humanitarian Assistance National Workshop – Protecting Children – 21/10/2015.