Enabling the delivery of humanitarian and development assistance.

Individual Membership

INSSA's members include aid workers and humanitarian relief and development security managers, as well as security professionals from the private sector, government donor and non-donor agencies, international governmental organizations, private foundations, consultants, technical specialist, and academic institutions.
Individual Member Benefits
Some member benefits are restricted to Professional Members on a case-by-case basis, including events, working groups, trainings and resources.
Collaboration and Resource Sharing
Member Directory: INSSA’s online community gives access to the association’s global database of practitioners and NGO security implementers enabling members to contact and share information with each other.  Member profiles can be customized to show areas of interest, expertise, and location.

 


Resources:The INSSA website gives members a single destination to access and explore relevant NGO safety and security articles, academic papers and research, as well as news and information through links, podcasts and streaming videos.

 


Groups, Forums, and Blogs: INSSA members can access geographic and thematic groups to initiate and contribute to discussions, share their experiences, and stay current on challenges and developments in the field.
Events
Briefings, Seminars, and Networking:INSSA briefings, seminars, and networking events bring together leading subject matter experts with NGO safety and security experts from around the world providing insights on issues and concerns facing aid workers and NGO safety and security program implementers, shedding light on best practices and innovations, and promoting collaboration.  INSSA also works with its partners and affiliates to develop and promote events on relevant topics, and when possible, extends member discounts on charged fees.

 


Global Events Calendar: INSSA’s calendar lists NGO safety and security events occurring worldwide allowing members to stay connected with other practitioners and up to date on technical innovations and emerging methodologies and practitioners.
Education and Professional Development
Training: INSSA aims to provide a stamp of approval to training courses on the market. Training providers will be required to demonstrate that their course meets standards in content and delivery to merit this approved rating.

 


Career Opportunities: INSSA’s career database highlights international opportunities for security managers in the humanitarian relief and development assistance sphere.
Collaboration and Resource Sharing
Member Directory: INSSA’s online community gives access to the association’s global database of practitioners and NGO security implementers enabling members to contact and share information with each other.  Member profiles can be customized to show areas of interest, expertise, and location.

 


Resources:The INSSA website gives members a single destination to access and explore relevant NGO safety and security articles, academic papers and research, as well as news and information through links, podcasts and streaming videos.

 


Groups, Forums, and Blogs: INSSA members can access geographic and thematic groups to initiate and contribute to discussions, share their experiences, and stay current on challenges and developments in the field.
Discounts*
INSSA continuously strives to provide its members with access to the goods and services that can help best inform their decision making process.  With that goal in mind, INSSA has developed partnerships with organizations and companies that will offer discounts to INSSA members.  Click here to see what goods and services are available to members at reduced rates.
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