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.
    TypePrivate
    Founded2012
    HQMelbourne, AU
    Websitehumanitarianadvisorygroup.org

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    Employees (est.) (Oct 2020)17(-5%)
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    Key People/Management at Humanitarian Advisory Group

    Campbell Aitken

    Campbell Aitken

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    Humanitarian Advisory Group Office Locations

    Humanitarian Advisory Group has an office in Melbourne
    Melbourne, AU (HQ)
    17 31 Queen St
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    2012

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    The Intersection of COVID-19 and the Environment: Reflections and Considerations for the Future

    By Agnieszka Zuchora As people seek light in the ongoing influx of fearful news and uncertainty, many have been using environmental news as a silver lining to the recent outbreak. Quotes on social media and articles around nature returning to the city and emissions falling are circulating the intern…

    International Migration Crisis Management: A call for governments to prioritise migrant protection in times of crisis

    By Joaquin Iñigo Koh, Former intern at the Humanitarian Advisory Group, April 2020 Don’t migrants have rights too? This is the question that must be addressed during times of crisis when the protection of migrants seems to be an afterthought. When a humanitarian crisis happens, a state is usually pr…

    When the going gets tough, the women get going: the role of women’s networks in the emergency services and humanitarian aid sector

    By Bridgette Hogan Co-authored by: Rosalia Gitau, Humanitarian Women’s Network; Amanda Lamont, Australasian Women in Emergencies Network; and Beth Eggleston, Humanitarian Advisory Group. Following a joint event by HWN, AWE and HAG for International Women’s Day, 2020, titled ‘Women in Emergencies: Ac…

    The Black Summer: inclusion and vulnerability in the bushfire response

    CARE Australia and Humanitarian Advisory Group March 2020 The 2019-20  ‘Black Summer’ bushfires affected over 50% of the Australian population, impacting a wide variety of community members.  As the remaining fires are brought under control, the focus now turns to how to support recovery efforts in …

    Humanitarian Diplomacy in Gulf State Donorship

    By Hana Heida The trend of international humanitarian assistance continues to grow in volume, raising the position and the profile of non-Western donors, such as the Arab states of the Persian Gulf. The Gulf states comprise of seven member countries which are: Bahrain, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Sau…

    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…
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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 17 employees.

    • Who are Humanitarian Advisory Group competitors?

      Competitors of Humanitarian Advisory Group include WhyWhisper, Collaborative Coaching and T Chapman Consulting & Associates.

    • 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.