The Grand Bargain Seminar Series 
The Grand Bargain is a series of shared commitments to deliver better humanitarian support to people in crisis. The aim of the Grand Bargain is to harness the vast experience and expertise from across the humanitarian sector and be better prepared for tackling the emergency needs.

The Grand Bargain is a series of shared commitments to deliver better humanitarian support to people in crisis. The aim of the Grand Bargain is to harness the vast experience and expertise from across the humanitarian sector and be better prepared for tackling the emergency needs.

Taking place in Camden Court Hotel, Dublin 2 on Wednesday 6th December at 9.15 am until 1.30 pm. Places are limited so early booking is recommended. Refreshments and lunch will be served.

For more information on who the guest speakers are, CLICK HERE

The Grand Bargain recognises that, faced with the reality of our woefully under resourced humanitarian response, the status quo is no longer an option. Agencies, both national and international, need to be better prepared for crises, delivering protection and assistance better to the most vulnerable and restoring opportunity and dignityThe Grand Bargain is about the need to work together efficiently, transparently and harmoniously with new and existing partners, including the private sector, individuals and non-traditional sources of funding. We need to innovate, collaborate and adapt mind-sets.

ActionAid, Dochas, Irish Aid, the Irish Red Cross and Trócaire have designed a series of seminars on specific work streams of the Grand Bargain. The seminars will look at these themes from a range of perspectives and with a gender and inclusion lens to hand.

Who is this suitable for?

Development and Humanitarian practitioners

Academics and students of international development

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