Exploring trust at the CHS Alliance HHR Conference

The CHS Alliance, a global alliance of humanitarian and development organisations committed to making aid work better for people, held their annual Humanitarian HR (HHR) Conference in Antwerp, Belgium from 2nd to 4th October. More than 90 humanitarian HR professionals attended. CHS Alliance co-organised the event with Humentum and Cigna was proud to be a supporting partner.
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This year’s conference centred on trust; more specifically, building trust in people, in organisations and in the sector. It examined how humanitarian HR professionals could be at the forefront of driving positive cultural change within their organisations.

Key note speakers Christine Williamson (Duty of Care International), Faye Ekong (RavelWorks Africa) and Frances Longley (CARE International UK) all spoke about different aspects of trust. The conference also included various breakout sessions on topics such as building trust, code of conducts, and security risk management.

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