HomeThe CentreLatest news and insights A Case for Change: Overhauling a broken humanitarian system

We know the humanitarian system needs to improve, but to what extent – a tweak or a full-scale disruption?

We sat down with the leading thinkers at ACAPS – the independent specialists in humanitarian needs analysis and assessment – to investigate if it’s worth scaffolding a system in dire need of reform, or whether we need to look at a major shift to the foundations.

The humanitarian system can only be as effective as the people working in it. Join us for a discussion on how we can get key players in the humanitarian sector to rethink the value they bring to the system, to question incentives, and draw on business and intelligence processes to access essential information for better, more transparent decision-making in a complex and dynamic space.

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