LEGS Webinar Series

 

LEGS is conducting a series of webinars, based on the new Discussion Papers. On this page you can find information about upcoming webinars, and – further down the page – the recordings and outstanding questions from completed webinars.

Upcoming webinars

Putting the best foot forward: LEGS and Localisation, Contextualisation and Institutionalisation. Presented by Andy Featherstone

Tuesday 15th December 2020 at 12 noon GMT.

The current LEGS strategy contains a commitment to increased localisation among stakeholders and the LEGS Community of Practice. A linked aspect of the strategy is the recognition of the need for greater uptake and institutionalisation of the LEGS Approach at individual country and local level, as well as globally. The webinar will provide an overview of the issues of institutionalisation, localisation and contextualisation, and make recommendations for LEGS on how these issues can be incorporated into LEGS future strategy and be better represented in the next edition of the LEGS Handbook.

Click here to register for the webinar. The LEGS Discussion Paper is available here.

 

Livelihoods and Resilience. Presented by Omeno Suji

Tuesday 15th January 2021 at 12 noon GMT.

LEGS takes a livelihoods-based approach to emergency response, focusing on protecting and rebuilding livestock assets, and drawing on the sustainable livelihoods framework. This means that although LEGS technical interventions are designed for application during or immediately after an emergency, the LEGS Approach promotes preparedness, recovery and linkages with long-term development.

At the same time, since the publication of the second edition of the LEGS Handbook, there has been a growing interest in the concept of ‘resilience’. Taking a livelihoods approach also provides an opportunity to address the humanitarian and development nexus. The LEGS Discussion Paper on Livelihoods and Resilience reviews the role of livelihoods-based approaches in the broader context of humanitarian response, and their contribution to the humanitarian-development nexus, and how livelihoods-based approaches can contribute to resilience building.

How to register for LEGS webinars:

  • For those of you already on the LEGS mailing list, you will receive an email inviting you to register for each webinar.
  • If you are not on the mailing list but would like to participate in any of the webinars, you can sign up to the mailing list using the box at the bottom of this page.
  • We will send a reminder of the date and time of each webinar one week before each event; registration links to each webinar will also be posted on this page.

The Discussion Papers are available on the LEGS publications page and are also advertised via the LEGS mailing list.

Completed Webinars

Gender and Livestock in Emergencies

The gender and livestock in emergencies webinar took place on 15th October 2020 and was presented by Karin de Jonge and Lucy Maarse. You can read the full Gender and Livestock Discussion Paper here.

You can see the recording of the webinar here (please download the file in order to view the whole event). Click here to see answers to the outstanding questions remaining from the webinar.

Nutrition and Livestock in Emergencies

The nutrition and livestock in emergencies webinar took place on 3rd November, presented by Dr Kate Sadler. You can read the  full Discussion Paper here.

The recording of the webinar is available to watch (please download the file in order to view the whole event). Outstanding questions that were not answered during the webinar are addressed in this document.

The Quality of Veterinary Medicines and Antimicrobial Resistance

The webinar on the quality of veterinary medicines and AMR took place on 24th November, presented by Dr Holly Hufnagel. Read the full Discussion Paper here.

The recording of the webinar is available to watch (please download the file in order to view the whole event).