We’re happy to announce that the coming Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on May 30-31st  as an online event, kindly co-hosted by our member Helvetas! 

In these annual occasions, Alliance2015 members strengthen links and sense of belonging, harvest learning and reflect on accountability together. This year, the AGM will have the following specific objective and theme: 

  • 2023 Objective: Establish a shared sense of the progress we’re making against the Strategic Compass’ Impact Goal 1 (Climate: building climate resilient pathways to drive more equitable and effective humanitarian and development outcomes). 
  • 2023 Theme: Using context-sensitive nexus approaches: are we delivering meaningful impact for project participants? 


Our 2023 AGM will take place on-line in 3 sessions. 

Session 1:  Opening and Country Bazaar 

30 May 2023 @ 10:30 – 12:00 CET (3:30-5 Peru/13:30-15:00 Pakistan/15:00-16:30 Myanmar/17:30-19:00 DPRK), (1h30) featuring: 

  • Welcome and scene setting 
  • Regional/Country Bazaar ‘excavating the nexus’ 
  • Plenary impressions of the discussions 

Session 2: World Café “ Weaving together: our nexus-stories” 
Dealing with nexus challenges and adopting context-sensitive nexus approaches: ​how can we make sense of them together?

30 May 2023 @ 13:30-15:30 CET (6:30-8:30 Peru/16:30 -18:30 Pakistan/18:00-20:00 Myanmar/20:30 -22:30 DPRK) (2h). 

We will take stock of and keep exploring the difference we can make jointly after 2.5 years from our fist Alliance2015 Strategy World Cafés, and 1 year from Complex Crises World Café, through the lenses of the stories we tell on our context-sensitive nexus approaches.

Session 3: The progress we are making in building Climate Resilient Pathways & Closing 

31 May @ 2023  13:00 – 15:30 CET (6-8:30 Peru/16-18:30 Pakistan/17:30-20:00 Myanmar/ 20-22:30 DPRK), (2h30) featuring: 

  • Expert learning sessions related to climate resilience:
  1. Climate funding and finance – what we’ve learned so far
  2. Climate resilience data and evidence for risk assessments – what do we know & how are we using it in our emergency, nexus and development programme development?​
  3. Loss and Damage: what are realities for communities which should guide our programming and advocacy?​
  4. Climate funding and finance – capacity and partnerships for new opportunities​
  5. Climate resilience flagships and shipwrecks​
  6. Alliance2015 added value in climate resilience advocacy
  • Closing

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