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Education & Child Protection: A Review of Good Practice on Inter-Sectoral Collaboration
Several efforts are underway to determine and document the processes through which collaboration between Education in Emergencies and Child Protection actors can take place. This evidence review aims to add value to ongoing global efforts and inform the current discourse by extracting lessons from country- and local-level practice across diverse contexts.
Standards for Supporting Crop-relaled Livelihoods in Emergencies
The SEADS handbook provides international principles and minimum standards that support people responding to a humanitarian crisis to design, implement, and evaluate crop-related crisis responses.
Essential actions on disability-inclusive humanitarian action checklist
This checklist provides a package of essential actions required to ensure disability-inclusive humanitarian action in line with the IASC guideline, CCCs, UNICEF Emergency Procedures, and guidance. It is a companion to UNICEF’s Guidance on including children with disabilities in humanitarian action.
The ‘Ukraine effect’ on the world’s poorest and most vulnerable
The war in Ukraine will have catastrophic ripple effects on people in the poorest and most conflict-ridden corners of the world.
Ten humanitarian crises and trends to watch in 2022
The 10 crises and trends listed here have our attention – and should demand yours – in 2022.
Humanitarian Operations Programme (HOP) Fundamentals
Fundamentals is aimed at people beginning their career in the humanitarian sector or for those transitioning from the development sector. It is also aimed at individuals who have never received formal training on the essentials of humanitarian action, or for those wishing to ‘refresh’ their knowledge.
Donors pledge $1.2 billion in emergency funds for Afghans
The United Nations drummed up more than $1.2 billion in emergency pledges Monday for helping 11 million Afghans facing an escalating humanitarian crisis in their homeland and millions more elsewhere in the region as the U.N. human rights chief voiced concerns about the Taliban’s first steps in establishing power in the beleaguered and impoverished country.
IASC Guidance on Strengthening Participation, Representation and Leadership of Local and National Actors in IASC Humanitarian Coordination Mechanisms
This guidance note has been developed to support efforts to strengthen the meaningful participation, representation, and leadership of local and national humanitarian actors (L/NAs) within IASC humanitarian coordination structures.
Commentary: Newborns in Fragile and Humanitarian Settings: A Multi-Agency Partnership Roadmap
In this Commentary, authors Saverio Bellizzi, Lori McDougall, Sheila Manji, and Ornella Lincetto discuss how growing recognition of the need for coordinated support for newborns in humanitarian settings led Save the Children, UNICEF, UNHCR, and WHO to develop a seminal mapping of actions to ensure that babies and mothers survive and thrive in emergency contexts.
Towards Decolonised Futures: An interdisciplinary conference challenging the politics of knowing and being
This conference aims to further deconstruct and unravel the notion of one universal way of knowing and being, focusing on the different ways of knowing (epistemic plurality) of those who are traditionally silenced and excluded from power – in academic terms often referred to as the ‘sub-altern’ or ‘the historically muted subject of the non-elite’ (Spivak 1999).