In 2020, INSO recorded over 1,500 NGO incidents which resulted in 210 abductions, 150 injuries and 75 deaths, acros… https://t.co/qVUyAPWBkS 25 Jan 2021
Friday is the final day to apply to be our new Deputy Director in Burkina Faso.
The successful candidate will have… https://t.co/GYgBg9JlmI 19 Jan 2021
On behalf of all of INSO, our condolences. We are really sad to hear this. Craig was a good man and a good friend,… https://t.co/YmQPs3f8ix 17 Jan 2021
"Unfortunately, conflict has proven one of the few human activities that Coronavirus cannot disrupt, and our commun… https://t.co/L80ZJgQ2Mw 16 Jan 2021
Of the 14 countries monitored by INSO, Somalia saw the highest proportion of abductions, injuries and killings in 2… https://t.co/kxBORwglaT 15 Jan 2021
“Given the extent of global disruption, we expected to see a more significant reduction in incidents impacting NGOs… https://t.co/ltL28psI2i 14 Jan 2021
Despite worldwide Coronavirus restrictions, 2020 saw only a marginal reduction in incidents impacting NGOs across t… https://t.co/mtut3nxDl8 13 Jan 2021
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We provide registered NGOs with a range of services including… https://t.co/jnJdCk6JWZ 13 Jan 2021
While COVID-19 has brought much of the world to a halt, it's done little to stem ongoing conflicts and has further… https://t.co/Y43G2qd7zp 10 Jan 2021
There is one week left to apply to be our new mobile Safety Advisor in Mali.
The successful candidate will have co… https://t.co/LEwyqZZBFM 08 Jan 2021
World Humanitarian Day 2019
Protect Our Colleagues
19 August 2019
On this day, INSO reiterates its call for the global humanitarian community to reinforce its commitment in ensuring the support, protection and safety of national NGO staff operating in volatile contexts around the world.
Despite Coronavirus restrictions, 2020 saw only a marginal reduction in incidents impacting NGOs, reports INSO