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Joint analysis and recommendations for the Grand Bargain Annual Review

An analysis of efforts on localisation in the Grand Bargain and wider processes, with recommendations on the ways forward.

Time for HR to step up: national perspectives on transforming capacity

This policy-to-practice paper provides the humanitarian HR community with practical guidance. It was commissioned by four Charter4Change signatories - CAFOD, Christian Aid, Islamic Relief and Tearfund as part of their work with the Start DEPP.

Time to move on: national perspectives on transforming surge capacity

This study aims to research national NGO experiences of surge recruitment for international NGOs during humanitarian emergencies. It looks at good practice, impact, and recommendations for actions.

How Can Donor Requirements be Reformed to Better Support Effort to Strengthen Local Humanitarian Capacity

A paper to inform discussion about the emerging tension between building local capacity and managing programmatic risk.

The Prophetic Church

The Prophetic Church provides a biblical basis for active engagement with those in positions of power and authority. The prophetic church in the 21st century keeps challenging, keeps questioning, and strives to change the world.Together we can hold governments and institutions to account and tackle the causes of poverty head on. 

The Prophetic Church - summary and companion

A summary and companion to the Prophetic Church, a biblical theology for campaigning churches.

Missed Opportunities: the case for strengthening national and local partnership-based humanitarian responses

This study examines the potential of partnerships with national non-governmental organisations in humanitarian response, based on lessons from four major emergency settings.

Building the Future of Humanitarian Aid: Local capacity and partnerships in emergency assistance

Investment in building resilience, reducing disaster risk and strengthening local capacity to respond saves lives and speeds recovery from emergencies.