Partnerships are the core of the project, and many emerging and traditional stakeholders from academia, humanitarian agencies, and humanitarian support groups have been approached to engage in needs analysis, selection and analysis of concepts, dissemination as well as governance of the project.
Hand in hand: get involved
The Humanitarian Encyclopedia has two main governance bodies: the Advisory Board and the Scientific Committee. Both bodies play a key role in orienting, discussing, challenging and disseminating the research results.
Research Centres – academic or not – can get involve in the analysis of concepts, building on a shared systematic methodology. Humanitarian organizations can actively take part, engaging in field research projects, analyzing the operationalization of the concepts by their own organization in one or several contexts. Comparative analyses among organizations will directly benefit both the organization and the Humanitarian Encyclopedia.
Humanitarian organizations and networks are encouraged to highlight the initiatives of the Humanitarian Encyclopedia within their organizations/networks, including actively encouraging participation in regional workshops, living and structured fora, and field research.
All humanitarian organizations are encouraged to support this innovative project, Alternative partnership and collaboration opportunities that fit the needs of your organization to enable participation can be discussed.