One of the most personally exciting contributions GAHI is trying to make is through our Fellows Programme. This is a small, focused initiative that tries to bring some fresh voices and challenges to the conversation, especially on complex humanitarian innovation, scale and impact.
We have a fantastic group of people already on board. You will meet them over the next few weeks. But we are always looking for more people who are willing to take controversial stances, to express thought-provoking opinions, and to challenge us and themselves.
If that interests you, please get in touch email@example.com. Don’t send us an application (!) send us a short e-mail with some ideas you might like to share, and we’ll take it from there.
We want you to be forward-looking, so hopefully that won’t even be in question.
GAHI will provide you with the space to publish, and some support – including rigorous editing and social media dissemination to help you get your point across. We won’t censor you – as long as you avoid personal attacks and unfounded claims.
We are tremendously thrilled and honoured to publish the first GAHI Fellow post, from Megan Norbert, on the issue of safeguarding. Megan speaks for herself, so I won’t say more – please read on. Dialogue and comments are welcome and encouraged, but please be respectful.