Learning from Experienced Peers
A Peer Circle gives our Community members an opportunity to hold ongoing discussions with experienced peers about a particular topic or operational context, either through an online platform or at onsite events in regional hubs.
They are given a particular topic or operational situation to discuss with their peers within our Community of Practice. They will be benefited from individual attention and an opportunity for ongoing, long-term, collective peer support in planning their humanitarian negotiations. All the guidance offered is non-prescriptive, and is based on shared experiences rather than policy or operational context.
Peer Circles are open to Community members who have previously taken part in a CCHN Peer Workshop on Humanitarian Negotiation.
Peer Circles themselves are free, both online and onsite. Any travel or accommodation costs incurred for an onsite Peer Circle must be borne by the participants. Funding support may be available for a limited number of applicants.
Only Community members who have completed a Peer Workshop on Humanitarian Negotiation who can apply for a Peer Circle. They will receive an invitation from our regional Negotiation Support Specialists to join.
Stories from regional peer workshops
Discussing Negotiations in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic
COVID-19: Access Challenges When Responding to the Needs of People on The Move
The Role of Armed Groups in the Provision of Health Services during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Connecting Field Practitioners Working on Yemen
Negotiation Support Specialist — Asia
Negotiation Support Specialist — Latin America
Negotiation Support Specialist — Middle East