Shelter Meeting 18
Shelter Centre is pleased to announce the next Shelter Meeting will be held on Friday 6th July 2018 at Club Suisse de la Presse, Geneva, generously supported by USAID OFDA. This event has been postponed from June, agreed at the last Shelter Meeting and announced in the last newsletter. Registration: To register to attend the Shelter Meeting please visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/shelter-meeting-18-tickets-46400153107. Live video conferencing will be available. Theme: The Settlements Approach and Urban Response Proposing a presentation: If you wish to propose to present at this Shelter Meeting, please email your presentation title, a summary, the presenter and your agency details to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before Friday 29th June 2018. If you are not able to attend in person, video conferencing is available to present from around the world. Please note the presentation either should be consistent with the Shelter Meeting theme, or should be related to your priorities in progressing the sector. Example presentations from the last Meeting may be found on this Library at https://humanitarianlibrary.org/channel/shelter-meeting-17-channel. What is the Shelter Meeting? The Shelter Meeting is for technical practitioners of the humanitarian shelter sector, and all related sectors and areas of responsibility, from around the world. The Shelter Meeting provides the opportunity to support collaboration and communication within the global community of practice that has grown around it, over the past 15 years. The open and inclusive discussion of new topics, research and initiatives to encourage collaboration and communication between individuals and organisations. Eligibility and conditions: Please refer to the Eligibility and conditions for full participation at http://sheltercentre.org/collaboration/#eligibility-and-conditions. Please note a ticket does not guarantee entry and Shelter Centre reserves the right to refuse admission at any point. Eligible to participate are governments, donors, IASC clusters, United Nations bodies, International Organisations, the Red Cross Movement, national and international Non-Governmental Organisations, development actors, independent humanitarian specialists and academic research bodies.