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Providing for safety and security of NGO staff should not be limited to having SOPs in place. Security should be part of every activity of and everyone within the NGO. This requires the creation of a culture of security.

 

What is a culture of security? How to fund the safety and security of your employees? What is your duty of care and legal liability? How to bring about a security culture through change management? These and other topics will be addressed during the conference

Creating a Culture of Security, which takes place at 14th May 2009.

 

Speakers include Koenraad van Brabant (Head of Reflective Practice and Learning, Interpeace and author of Operational Security Management in Violent Environments) and Michael O’Neill (Senior Director, Global Safety & Security, Save the Children USA).

Date:                           14th May, 2009

Venue:                        Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Conference fee:          € 100,-

 

The agenda will be posted at a later date.

 

Registration:

To register, please fill in the application form by clicking the following hyperlink: www.centreforsafety.org.

 

Contact:

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Esther Heidekamp (Office Manager CSD) at telephone number +31 (0)33 463 0293 or via esther@centreforsafety.org.

www.centreforsafety.org

www.hpcr.org/security_management.html

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