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This report provides a full overview of Project FAIR, including background to the project, method, and analysis and discussion of findings.
- McWha-Hermann, I., Jandric, J., Wakefield, S., Carr, S.C., Grund, C., and Moutou, M. (2017). Project FAIR: Exploring practical pathways for reward fairness in international NGOs. Edinburgh, UK: University of Edinburgh.
A series of case studies were developed to share details of the approaches that some participating organisations are currently taking to reward (as at May 2017).
- Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD)
- Concern Worldwide
- Mines Advisory Group (MAG)
- Norwegian Refugee Council
- Save the Children International
- WaterAid UK
Dr McWha-Hermann delivered a webinar of Project FAIR findings in January 2018, and a recording can be found on the CHS Alliance website:
Project FAIR collaborated with Scottish International Development Alliance for this roundtable on power, privilege, and pay in the international development and humanitarian sector in December 2020.
Academic journal publications
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- McWha-Hermann, I., Jandric, J., Cook-Lundgren, E., and Carr, S.C. (2021). Toward fairer global reward: Lessons from international non-governmental organizations. International Business Review, 101897.
- McWha-Hermann, I., Marai, L., MacLachlan, M., and Carr, S.C. (2021). Developing evidence-based alternatives to dual salary systems. International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation.
In Summer 2020 an MSc International Human Resource Management student, Katie Geradine, undertook a sponsored dissertation to examine how the Principles and Standards of INGO Fair Reward are being implemented by organisations, and offered concrete recommendations for how to support fair pay. The Executive Summary is below.
In Summer 2021 an MSc International Human Resource Management student, Nora Mohn, undertook a sponsored dissertation to explore the topic of diversity/equity/inclusion in the INGO sector. The Executive Summary is below.
Also in Summer 2021 an MSc International Human Resource Management student, Rudi Koekemoer, undertook a sponsored dissertation to examine current perspectives on fair reward in the sector. The Executive Summary is below.