Shelter Centre supports all stakeholders from all sectors in technical learning through the inclusive Shelter Meeting community of practice, supported by the Humanitarian Library, responding to the transitional settlement and reconstruction following conflict and natural disasters
We support collaboration by offering opportunities for stakeholders to come together to exchange technical knowledge and good practice. Shelter Centre holds biannual Shelter Meetings to discuss future directions and peer review new initiatives.
We support consensus by agreeing and sharing technical good practice. Shelter Centre produces peer-reviewed guidance, in addition to hosting the Humanitarian Library, where users share knowledge in real-time and create collections of content useful to them.
We support capacity by participating in trainings and involving young professionals. Shelter Centre develops and delivers technical trainings, as well as engaging Project Assistants to work on Shelter Meetings, Humanitarian Library and technical manuals.
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Shelter Meeting 23
Shelter Meeting 23 will take place on Friday 23rd June 2023, the last day of the Global Shelter Cluster Annual Meeting. Participation will be live worldwide via video conference, and in-person at IFRC, Chemin des Crêts 17, 1209 Geneva, Switzerland.
Please click on this link to register to attend the Meeting.
Special thanks to IASC Global Shelter Cluster, IFRC and UNHCR for agreeing to host the event again, including refreshments, and especially to InterAction and USAID/BHA for funding this Meeting. We are excited to welcome all the participants who will join us, online and in-person in Geneva.
The provisional theme for Shelter Meeting 23 is localisation, based upon popular demand from last year’s feedback forms, building upon the theme explored at Shelter Meeting 22.
If you would like to present at Shelter Meeting 23, please email by Friday 9th June 2023 CoB your presentation title, a summary, the presenter, and your agency details to email@example.com.
Presentations may be on the theme of localisation, or on a topic of your choice.
If you are not able to attend in-person, live video conferencing is available to present and participate from around the world.
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