Since leaving the UK Civil Service in the late 1990s for a volunteer placement in rural China, David has worked for different NGOs as a Trainer, Programme Manager, Country Director, Global Security Advisor and most recently as Director of Safety, Operations & Governance. David leads Raleigh International’s safety, medical, safeguarding, governance and training teams, and […]
Kelsey Hoppe is the Chief Executive of Safer Edge, a risk management company, specialising in equitable security – making security accessible, inclusive and appropriately diverse. Safer Edge provides learning and risk management services to organisations that work in challenging environments – whether that is across the street or around the world. Kelsey brings an innovative perspective […]
Workplaces are becoming more diverse and with this comes people with a variety of complex and diverse needs. We must acknowledge these differences and appreciate every individuals needs, struggles and risks. By doing so, we create an inclusive strategy that is intersectional in its approach. If we can achieve a process that is completely intersectional, we are ensuring the security of all personnel and are adequately acknowledging the fluidity and complexity of all people in our workplace.
There are many risks posed to certain groups which are often overlooked. In order to ensure the safety of all personnel we should consider the individual needs, struggles and risks of all people. From this we can create an inclusive risk strategy that takes an intersectional approach to security.
Today we are joined by Christina Wille, director of Insecurity Insight who has developed the security incident information management (SIM) approach in collaboration with RedR and Global Interagency Security Forum (GISF). Christina Wille, together with Larissa Fast, has set up the Security in Numbers Database for the Aid in Danger project. The database contains 10s […]