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Next Meeting – Shelter Meeting 22
Register to participate in Shelter Meeting 22 on 8th July 2022 on Eventbrite. Once you register, you will be given the opportunity to choose:
Participation, via live video conferencing or in-person attendance.
Theme, during the registration process, you are also asked to submit your preferred choice of a theme for the Shelter Meeting 22. One suggestion is the theme of localisation.
Newsletter, you can also sign-up for a newsletter, to stay informed about the upcoming Shelter Meetings, other sector events and updates.
Latest Updates: Provisional Agenda & Participation Information
Thank you to everyone who has submitted a presentation proposal for this year’s Shelter Meeting! We are pleased to share the provisional agenda for the event under this link to the Humanitarian Library’s Shelter Meeting 22 Collection. A wide range of presentations and discussions from International Organisations, local NGOs, Academia and more will be offered throughout the day. Please note that changes may be made to the agenda prior to the Meeting. The final agenda will be circulated prior to the event.
For online participants, the link for videoconferencing will be forthcoming. Thank you for your patience.
For those attending in-person, please note that the venue of the event has been moved to the WCC Ecumenical Center, 1 Route des Morillons, 1218 Le Grand-Saconnex, Switzerland.
The evening will proceed to a dinner organised for all participants at Bains des Paquis. The costs of the dinner are not covered by the organiser, and the price of the meal will range between 20-30 CHF.
Last meeting – Shelter Meeting 19 October 11th, 2019
Theme Have we got what it takes? Meeting shelter sector capacity needs
Date Friday 11th October 2019
Venue videoconferencing or in person at IFRC, Chemin des Crêts 17, 1209 Geneva, Switzerland
Hosts our profound thanks to UNHCR for funding the event, to IOM offering catering and to IFRC for hosting
Presentations Shelter Meeting 19 Collection
All presentations will be found on the Shelter Meeting 19 Collection on the Humanitarian Library’s Shelter Meeting Channel. At this event, 150 participants registered, including 41 online for live video-conferencing, with representatives from 2 donors, 2 IASC clusters, 5 UN agencies, 7 Red Cross Movement member organisations, 21 INGOs, 9 academic institutions, and 10 independent humanitarian professionals.