Humanitarian Advisory Group

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    Humanitarian Advisory Group integrates research, policy analysis and on-the-ground humanitarian and human rights experience to deliver quality, practical, evidence-based advisory services to Government, the United Nations, business, humanitarian organisations and other institutions working in conflict zones, disaster-affected areas, and fragile contexts. We draw on our experience to offer an independent practitioner-led perspective on humanitarian and human rights issues in conflict and crisis and lead Australia and the Asia Pacific region to think and engage in global debate and dialogue. Humanitarian Advisory Group is an independent Australian-based enterprise formed in 2012 in response to growing complexity of activity and diversity of actors in conflict settings, humanitarian emergencies and fragile contexts. Prompted by challenges to humanitarian principles and ambiguity over roles, responsibilities and boundaries of practice, we identify a need for greater thinking and analysis of humanitarian and human rights issues in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.
    HQMelbourne, AU

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    Employees (est.) (Feb 2020)12(+20%)

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    Campbell Aitken

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    Humanitarian Advisory Group has an office in Melbourne
    Melbourne, AU (HQ)
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    The cost of good intentions in the Australian bushfires – Perspectives from the international humanitarian sector

    By Pip Henty and Josie Flint, Humanitarian Advisory Group and Acting Inspector Brendan Hurley, Fire & Rescue NSW Australia is in the middle of a national disaster response. The bushfires, burning across the country since September 2019, have seen both national and international resources deploye…

    From Volunteers to Voluntourists: A niche in humanitarianism or the dark side of good intentions?

    By Jesse McCommon As the world continues to witness increasing crisis and disaster and unrelenting poverty, many of us are overcome with the desire to help. Maybe you don’t have the necessary skills or experience to be deployed in humanitarian response, but you’re determined to throw your hat in the…

    Here is what you can do to involve the private sector in the humanitarian sector

    Private sectors have been an important part of humanitarian responses for a long time. Since the 2016 World Humanitarian Summit, Connecting Business Initiative (CBi) has been playing a major role to involve and support private sectors. Three years after its establishment, 13 network channels are imp…

    Strategy for Change: not just another agenda

    By Hannah Blackney Hot-topics like “diversity of thought” and “equality” seem to have become CEO headlines and policy fodder that allow major players to talk a big diversity game. But are organisations looking, sounding, or walking any differently? We all seem to agree that increased diversity and i…

    Australia, the Pacific and the C-word: Is climate change a battleground or an opportunity for humanitarians?

    M Sattler, August 2019 Coal. Its omission from most things makes them better. The atmosphere, the holiday stockings of expectant children, I could go on. But its erasure from the recent Pacific statement on climate change at Australia’s demand is quite another story. One that paints a cautionary pic…

    There’s a reason that companies are doing better than humanitarians when it comes to understanding diversity.

    M Sattler, 30 May There hasn’t been much analysis of diversity in humanitarian leadership, so we tend to do it ourselves. At conferences, mainly. We wait to see who shows up, share a few passive aggressive whispers when the white-man-count tips the scales and then take to twitter. Fists shaking thro…
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    Humanitarian Advisory Group Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Humanitarian Advisory Group founded?

      Humanitarian Advisory Group was founded in 2012.

    • Who are Humanitarian Advisory Group key executives?

      Humanitarian Advisory Group's key executives are Campbell Aitken.

    • How many employees does Humanitarian Advisory Group have?

      Humanitarian Advisory Group has 12 employees.

    • Who are Humanitarian Advisory Group competitors?

      Competitors of Humanitarian Advisory Group include Kirkman Company, T Chapman Consulting & Associates and Inventium.

    • Where is Humanitarian Advisory Group headquarters?

      Humanitarian Advisory Group headquarters is located at 17 31 Queen St, Melbourne.

    • Where are Humanitarian Advisory Group offices?

      Humanitarian Advisory Group has an office in Melbourne.

    • How many offices does Humanitarian Advisory Group have?

      Humanitarian Advisory Group has 1 office.