On March 28th 2017, RedR hosted a Kickstart Your Humanitarian Career fair. Over 100 participants browsed career stalls, visited CV-checking station and attended a panel discussion.
RedRs mentoring programme is designed to support junior professionals as they look to gain experience within the humanitarian sector. We speak to RedR Mentee, Claudia Tizzoni, for her take on the programme.
Former soldier Luke was inspired by his experiences of helping civilians in conflict zones to run the London Marathon in support of RedR UK.
RedR continues to support the courageous, committed aid workers - both international and local - working to alleviate suffering, inside Syria and across the region.
Workshops, coaching, buddy groups, on-line learning, line manager engagement, action planning, learning projects and a graduation event - all this is part of the Context programme! We are all clear that it is good practice that capacity-building goes beyond a single training event, but what works best in blended learning for humanitarian professionals?