Charter4Change
Non-governmental Organization

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14 Aug 2019 description
report Charter for Change
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Charter for Change: From commitments to action - Progress Report 2018-2019
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Joint recommendations to the Grand Bargain Annual Review 2019

Every year, the Charter4Change (C4C) publishes an Annual Report to report on progress by its signatories on implementing the eight commitments in the C4C Charter. This year’s report synthesizes financial and narrative data shared by Charter4Change (C4C) signatory organisations in their fourth year of progress reporting, as well as a mini-case study on the Sulawesi crisis response.

05 Feb 2019 description
report Charter for Change

The Charter for Change held its 3rd annual meeting 4-5 December 2018 in Oslo,
Norway. Close to 50 representatives, INGO signatories and local NGO endorsers from around the world, came together to take stock of progress and address enduring blockages to locally-led humanitarian response. The theme of the meeting was “2018: The Charter for Change at Crossroads” in recognition of the Charter’s journey from 2015 until today. As a catalyst to the localization movement, the Charter continues to play a critical role but needs to adapt to remain cutting edge.

04 Feb 2019 description
report Charter for Change

As humanitarians gather in Geneva for the Humanitarian Network and Partnership Week (HNPW), 4-8 February 2019, the Charter4Change group has shared 4 key learnings from their work on localisation to support broader change within the sector,

  1. Actively promote and recognise the critical role local actors play in effective humanitarian action (C4C Commitments 5, 6, 8)

  2. Identify more creative ways of partnering, which can support the growth of local actors, and meet the increasingly complex due diligence requirements in our system (Commitments 2,4, 7)

16 Aug 2018 description
report CARE, Charter for Change

This Sunday, 19th August, the global aid community marks World Humanitarian Day.

United Nations Secretary General António Guterres stated that the purpose of World Humanitarian Day is to "pay tribute to the government employees, members of civil society and representatives of international organizations and agencies who risk their lives to provide humanitarian aid and protection"’ The day will be marked by international organizations at headquarters of INGOs and by donor governments in capitals around the world.

16 Aug 2018 description
report Charter for Change

This Sunday, 19th August, the global aid community marks World Humanitarian Day.

United Nations Secretary General António Guterres stated that the purpose of World Humanitarian Day is to ‘pay tribute to the government employees, members of civil society and representatives of international organizations and agencies who risk their lives to provide humanitarian aid and protection’. The day will be marked by international organisations at headquarters of INGOs and by donor governments in capitals around the world.