SECURITY FRAMEWORKS FOR AT-RISK CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS. CREATED IN MINUTES. FREE FOREVER.
Rights-based and humanitarian organisations must take risks to achieve change in the world. But in the face of attacks, harassment, and censorship, how do they take the right risks?
The best way to do this is through implementing a security risk management framework. However, too few organisations have the resources or knowledge to develop or commission their own security policies and procedures. This has left smaller, under-resourced organisations working in the global south particularly exposed. Until now.
Open Briefing built Frontline Policies to give every civil society organisation the same opportunity to keep their people safe. By answering a few simple questions and further adapting the framework with co-workers, organisations will gain what they need to:
- Assess and reduce risks.
- Ensure safe travel and the wellbeing of co-workers.
- Manage risks when running programmes in other countries.
- Respond to crises, safeguarding incidents, and abductions.
Based on our experiences building frameworks with organisations of all sizes and all over the world, we have de-mystified the language and methodology of security risk management throughout Frontline Policies. We have also created a comprehensive Knowledge Base and FAQs to help organisations on their journey.
Frontline Policies is available now in English and Spanish at frontlinepolicies.org.
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