HWP-Related International Associations or Networks
Alliance for Organizational Psychology: a federation of Work, Industrial, and Organizational Psychology societies from around the world; it is established by:
- The Organizational Psychology Division of the International Association for Applied Psychology (Division 1) – Division 1 of the IAAP has a task force on humanitarian work psychology described here.
- The European Association for Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP)
- The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP)
International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management which has at its members a diverse array of national management associations.
Psychologists for Social Responsibility: an independent, non-profit organization that applies psychological knowledge and expertise to promote peace, social justice, human rights, and sustainability.
Professionals in Humanitarian Assistance and Protection: an association made of and governed by professionals engaged in humanitarian action.
Society for Human Resource Management: the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management.
HWP-Related Institutes or Labs
IOTech4D Lab at North Carolina State University which is devoted to the intersection of work, psychology, technology, and global development.
Poverty Research Group at Massey University is a multidisciplinary team focused on the application of industrial and organizational psychology, and related disciplines in and out of psychology, to poverty reduction.
HWP-Related Non-Profit/Inter-Governmental Organisations
Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance in Humanitarian Action (ALNAP): a learning network that supports the humanitarian sector to improve humanitarian performance through learning, peer-to-peer sharing and research.
Antares Foundation: a non-profit organization with a mission to improve the quality of management and staff support and care in humanitarian and developmental organizations
Centre for Humanitarian Psychology: provides support to all those who work in humanitarian contexts.
Centre for Socio-Eco-Nomic Development: The Centre for Socio-Eco-Nomic Development (CSEND) promotes equitable, sustainable and integrated development through dialogue and institutional learning.
Humanitarian Practice Network: an independent forum for policy-makers, practitioners and others working in or on the humanitarian sector to share and disseminate information, analysis and experience, and to learn from it.
International Labour Organization: a United Nations agency with the aim to promote rights at work, encourage decent employment opportunities, enhance social protection and strengthen dialogue on work-related issues.
Mandala Foundation whose mission is to strengthen humanitarian action through the psychosocial support of staff, projects and management systems.
People in Aid: seeks to improve organisational effectiveness within the humanitarian and development sector worldwide by advocating, supporting and recognising good practice in the management of people.
RedR: seeks to rebuild lives in times of disaster by training, supporting and providing aid workers to relief programmes across the world.
Sphere Project: a voluntary initiative that seeks to improve the quality of humanitarian assistance and the accountability of humanitarian actors to their constituents, donors, and affected populations.