Quality funding is a top priority in humanitarian reform. But so far progress has been limited as has been widely analysed for example in the context of the Grand Bargain. At the same time various European governments have broad experience to share on achievements and limitations of their respective quality funding policies. Moreover, a substantial variety of concepts has been developed by international aid organizations and could be scaled on a European level. Against this backdrop the high level panel will bring crucial actors together to discuss practical and political steps to move quality funding measures, resulting in distinct recommendations.