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ALNAP Annual Meetings
We believe the best way to share good ideas and good practice is to talk about them. Once a year, our nearly 100 Full and Associate Members and a number of Subscribers come together for 2-3 days to reflect on their practice and engage with the latest thinking on important issues in humanitarian aid. In addition to ALNAP Annual Meetings our research, discussion forums, blogs and face-to-face ALNAP learning events run throughout the year.
What happens at ALNAP Annual Meetings?
Workshops, discussion pannels, networking, presentations, expert opinion and peer learning and support. ALNAP Annual Meetings aim to share information and perspectives on issues and activities relevant to learning, accountability and performance within the humanitarian sector.
Who comes to the ALNAP Annual Meetings?
Full Members are invited for the two days of open discussion and workshops, as well as a members-only half-day. There are a limited number of places available for Subscribers, and these tend to fill up fast.
Previous ALNAP Annual Meetings
Please note that for meetings before 2003 there is only a meeting report available. Records of later meetings
(post-2004) include a variety of documents including a meeting report for each meeting.