Testing of Core Humanitarian Standard in full swing as deadline for individual feedback approaches

The Core Humanitarian Standard is being tested by 60 organisations around the world. Meanwhile, individual humanitarian workers have the possibility of sharing their feedback on the standard until 12...

Posted: 28th August 2014

Three reasons why you should consider taking the Sphere e-learning course

A bit more than a year after its launch and with over 17,000 humanitarians enrolled, the Sphere Handbook in Action e-learning course is meeting and even exceeding e-learners' expectations....

Posted: 19th July 2014

Linda Poteat appointed Sphere Project Interim Director

The Sphere Board has appointed Linda Poteat as Sphere Project Director (interim). Poteat will take over the position at the end of June for a period of three months....

Posted: 23rd June 2014

Sphere renews its involvement in the Core Humanitarian Standard - Interview with Unni Krishnan

At its meeting in New York City in May the Sphere Project Board decided to renew its involvement in the development of the Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS). In the...

Posted: 19th June 2014

Sphere to become a global standards network

Meeting in New York City in May, the Sphere Board began to develop a new strategy to transform the Sphere Project into a global standards network by 2020. Over...

Posted: 18th June 2014

The Core Humanitarian Standard: Second Period of Consultation Launched

The Humanitarian Accountability Partnership (HAP), People In Aid and the Sphere Project, with the Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS) Technical Steering Group, are pleased to present the revised version of...

Posted: 17th June 2014

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