2018 Australasian Aid Conference - Panel 5d - Joint funding mechanisms for humanitarian response

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In a time where the humanitarian funding gap is greater than ever before, humanitarian agencies are required to think innovatively and creatively about how to meet this need to meet current and future mandates. Humanitarian Advisory Group’s recent desk research and subsequent think piece present an exploration and critical examination of evidence of the effectiveness of joint funding mechanisms, including the advantages and risks for the sector. This panel presents some of those findings bring together key players to discuss the issues outlined in the think piece, particularly the appropriateness and viability of establishing a joint funding mechanism in the Australian context. Panellists: Kate Sutton, Humanitarian Advisory Group (Chair) Peter Walton, Australian Red Cross Jamie Isbister, DFAT Manisha Thomas, Emergency Appeals Alliance Marc Purcell, ACFID Melissa Gill, The Behaviour Architects The 2018 Australasian Aid Conference was held at Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU, on 13-14 February, and was organised by the Development Policy Centre in partnership with The Asia Foundation.

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