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We live in times of profound change. This has had a great impact on humanitarian needs, and the approaches taken to meet these needs. Changes in technology, ecology, politics, economics and demographics have shaped, and will continue to shape, humanitarian action. 

Many humanitarians and observers of humanitarian action have suggested that change initiatives in the sector have been unambitious and unsuccessful. Indeed, many people think that the humanitarian system is unable, or unwilling, to make the changes that are required to remain effective and relevant in a rapidly changing world.

Following the World Humanitarian Summit many stakeholders have made commitments to significant changes. But can the system change? And if so, how?

As a network which exists to support change and improvement, it seems appropriate that ALNAP meets to consider how change occurs in the humanitarian system, and how it can be done better.  

How can you register?

If you’d like to register, or to request more information please contact

The meeting will be open to all staff of ALNAP Member agencies, and a limited number of places will also be available for external participants.

As places at the Meeting are limited, each ALNAP Member agency will be guaranteed two places. The Secretariat will try to accommodate Members who wish to send more than two people.

Participants will be requested to pay a conference fee, which will contribute to the costs of the Meeting:

Members: £150
non-Members: £250
Accepted Agora/Story in 5 participants: No fee

(ALNAP also has a limited amount of funding available to contribute towards attendance to the meeting.) 


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