Blog: Dennis vs Norwegian Refugee Council – implications for duty of care | Humanitarian Practice Network In this two-part article, Kelsey Hoppe explores the significance of the much-debated Steven Patrick Dennis vs. the Norwegian Refugee Council case. The first part of the article summarises the case, discusses the reception it has received and outlines...Continue reading
Top things to look for when considering duty of care Written for Aid Works by by Christine Williamson @dutyofcareint We all want to work for organisations who take good care of their employees, but it is a two-way street. Employees need to be able to determine if a potential employer provides appropriate duty of care,...Continue reading
Challenges to International Human Resources Management By Roger Darby & Christine Williamson @dutyofcareint In almost every jurisdiction organisations have a statutory duty to provide a safe place for staff to work and are expected to mitigate the risks staff may reasonably face. However, the clear message from government, non-government agencies and security specialists alike is...Continue reading
Personnel management and security Written for Humanitarian Exchange Magazine by Christine Williamson @dutyofcareint The safety and security of humanitarian aid workers is arguably in greater jeopardy today than at any time in the history of the humanitarian endeavour. The environment has changed and it takes more than a set of technical skills and a...Continue reading
ROOTS 12 Human Resource Management – English ROOTS 12 French ROOTS 12 Spanish ROOTS 12 Portuguese Written for Tearfund by Christine Williamson, Gary Colvin & Amy McDonald This HR Management Guide is a useful tool for those organisations with no HR expertise, and available in French, Spanish & Portuguese....