Our Community of Practice is a group of professionals who share a passion for their work as humanitarian negotiators. They meet regularly in a safe, online space that allows for critical reflection and peer exchange.
Our main goal has been to create a global community of frontline negotiators because the benefit of shared experience and peer support is widely recognized. We are home to over 2,700 humanitarian professionals from around the world. They are eager to learn from their peers through shared negotiation experiences, discuss their work, successes, and failures with a focus on how to do better.
Members play a decisive role in developing the CCHN’s community of practice. They help design peer-exchange events, and they shape conversations at the local, regional and global levels.
When you join this community, a host of opportunities is open to you, allowing you to develop your capacity for negotiation and expand your professional network through regular exchanges and informal discussions.
Once you complete a Peer Workshop, you unlock the opportunity to enroll in the Training of Facilitator which will allow you to become a facilitator in CCHN Peer Workshops and contribute to transfer knowledge to our community members.
Have you completed a peer workshop? Sign up for the Training of Facilitators.