25 episodes

The Global Interagency Security Forum podcast began in September 2017, when GISF was known as EISF, and currently features four series. Check out our latest series, Inclusive Security.

To learn more about all of our podcast series see the link below:
https://gisf.ngo/resources/?search=&topics=&types=podcast®ions=&languages=&gisf=yes

#SecurityRiskMangement #Security #Risk #RiskManagement #Humanitarian #Development

The GISF Podcast - Global Interagency Security Forum GISF

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The Global Interagency Security Forum podcast began in September 2017, when GISF was known as EISF, and currently features four series. Check out our latest series, Inclusive Security.

To learn more about all of our podcast series see the link below:
https://gisf.ngo/resources/?search=&topics=&types=podcast®ions=&languages=&gisf=yes

#SecurityRiskMangement #Security #Risk #RiskManagement #Humanitarian #Development

    Security Managers of Today

    Security Managers of Today

    In this episode, Javeria Ayaz Malik unpacks the qualities and qualifications it takes to be a security manager of today, and examines how we can improve the security sector by amplifying good inclusive practices.

    This podcast series explores the elements of inclusive security, what it is, and what it looks like in the humanitarian context. These conversations are enriched by expert guests spanning security professionals, humanitarians, and more.

    • 54 min
    Reflections on Inclusive SRM

    Reflections on Inclusive SRM

    While anti-discrimination practices and legislation exist, the extent to which these are interpreted and lineally applied to all staff can raise challenges. This episode explores reflections on the dynamic challenges facing organisations and opportunities to improve inclusive SRM practices.

    This podcast series explores the elements of inclusive security, what it is and what it looks like in the humanitarian context. These conversations are enriched by expert guests spanning security professionals, humanitarians, and more.

    • 36 min
    Inclusive psychological safety

    Inclusive psychological safety

    This episode focuses on inclusive psychological safety featuring guest speaker, Mo Ali, Coach & Co-founder of The Innovation. 

    Links:


    The Innovation community
    Unleashing your inner leader programme
    BAME, Ethnic Minorities, BIPOC - Which Terms To Use and Why
    Anti-racism activists urge aid groups to improve monitoring and examine workplace cultures
    Half aid workers report racism at work in past year - poll
    If we want to build more inclusive cultures, we need to get comfortable talking about race.
    What is white privilege?

    Books:


    Brene Brown, Dare to Lead
    John Amaechi OBE, Promises of Giants
    Tiffany Jana and Matthew Freeman, Overcoming Bias: Building Authentic Relationships across Differences

    This series explores inclusivity through the lens of security risk  management (SRM). It can be said that inclusivity is at the heart of  successful SRM. Organisations have a responsibility to provide a duty of  care to all staff. They must take all reasonable measures to protect  their staff from foreseeable risks, including those that emerge due to  an aid worker’s personal characteristics such as, gender, race,  ethnicity, religion, gender, disabilities, sexual orientation etc.  Security professionals need to have a comprehensive understanding of how  personal identities and characteristics can impact personal security.  This knowledge should be integrated into security polices and approaches  so that they are inclusive and effective for all.

    While it is important to design and create inclusive security  policies and practices, operationalising inclusivity can come with  challenges. What do security mangers need to know? How can they stay up  to date and ultimately keep producing and designing inclusive security  procedures? This podcast series explores the elements of inclusive  security, what it is and what it looks like in the humanitarian context.  These conversations are enriched by expert guests spanning security  professionals, humanitarians, and more.

    • 45 min
    Inclusive security at the UN

    Inclusive security at the UN

    This episode focuses on inclusive security at the UN featuring guest speaker, Catherine Plumridge from the UN Department of Safety & Security. 

    This series explores inclusivity through the lens of security risk management (SRM). It can be said that inclusivity is at the heart of successful SRM. Organisations have a responsibility to provide a duty of care to all staff. They must take all reasonable measures to protect their staff from foreseeable risks, including those that emerge due to an aid worker’s personal characteristics such as, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, gender, disabilities, sexual orientation etc. Security professionals need to have a comprehensive understanding of how personal identities and characteristics can impact personal security. This knowledge should be integrated into security polices and approaches so that they are inclusive and effective for all.

    While it is important to design and create inclusive security policies and practices, operationalising inclusivity can come with challenges. What do security mangers need to know? How can they stay up to date and ultimately keep producing and designing inclusive security procedures? This podcast series explores the elements of inclusive security, what it is and what it looks like in the humanitarian context. These conversations are enriched by expert guests spanning security professionals, humanitarians, and more.

    • 37 min
    Operationalising Inclusivity

    Operationalising Inclusivity

    We are excited to release the second episode of GISF’s new Inclusive Security Podcast Series. This episode focuses on a operationalising inclusivity featuring guest speaker Araba Cole from the International Rescue Committee (IRC). This series explores inclusivity through the lens of security risk management (SRM). It can be said that inclusivity is at the heart of successful SRM. Organisations have a responsibility to provide a duty of care to all staff. They must take all reasonable measures to protect their staff from foreseeable risks, including those that emerge due to an aid worker’s personal characteristics such as, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, gender, disabilities, sexual orientation etc. Security professionals need to have a comprehensive understanding of how personal identities and characteristics can impact personal security. This knowledge should be integrated into security polices and approaches so that they are inclusive and effective for all.

    While it is important to design and create inclusive security policies and practices, operationalising inclusivity can come with challenges. What do security mangers need to know? How can they stay up to date and ultimately keep producing and designing inclusive security procedures? This podcast series explores the elements of inclusive security, what it is and what it looks like in the humanitarian context. These conversations are enriched by expert guests spanning security professionals, humanitarians, and more.

    • 42 min
    Introducing a Person-Centered Approach

    Introducing a Person-Centered Approach

    We are excited to announce the upcoming official launch of GISF’s New Inclusive Security Podcast Series. We invite you to follow along and not miss an episode of this dynamic series by subscribing to The GISF Podcast on your preferred listening platform, including Spotify and Apple Podcasts. This new Inclusive Security Series explores inclusivity through the lens of security risk management (SRM). It can be said that inclusivity is at the heart of successful SRM. Organisations have a responsibility to provide a duty of care to all staff. They must take all reasonable measures to protect their staff from foreseeable risks, including those that emerge due to an aid worker’s personal characteristics such as, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, gender, disabilities, sexual orientation etc. Security professionals need to have a comprehensive understanding of how personal identities and characteristics can impact personal security. This knowledge should be integrated into security polices and approaches so that they are inclusive and effective for all.

    While it is important to design and create inclusive security policies and practices, operationalising inclusivity can come with challenges. What do security mangers need to know? How can they stay up to date and ultimately keep producing and designing inclusive security procedures? This podcast series explores the elements of inclusive security, what it is and what it looks like in the humanitarian context. These conversations are enriched by expert guests spanning security professionals, humanitarians, and more.

    This episode focuses on a person-centered approach featuring guest speakers, Pegah Rajabi and Jean-Philippe Kiehl. 

    • 38 min

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