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IASC Light Guidance on Collective Outcomes: Humanitarian-Development-Peace Collaboration in the Context of Protracted Crises

HUMANITARIAN LEADERSHIP SERIES  

IASC Light Guidance on Collective Outcomes: Humanitarian-Development-Peace Collaboration in the Context of Protracted Crises

Wednesday, 15th July 2020

 

Panelists

Ms. Metsi Makhetha, Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator, Burkina Faso
 
Mr. Raouf Mazou, Assistant High Commissioner for Operations, UNHCR 
 
Dr. Danny Sriskandarajah. Executive Director, Oxfam GB
 
Ms. Rachel Scott, Senior Partnership and Policy Advisor, Crisis and Fragility Policy and Engagement, UNDP
 
Faciliator
Ms. Najat Rochdi, Team Leader & Director, Peer2Peer Support
 

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Humanitarian-development collaboration and its linkages to peace are critical to effective humanitarian action. A key part of this collaboration is the combined effort of humanitarian, development and peace actors towards “collective outcomes,” jointly envisioned results that reduce need, risk and vulnerability over multiple years. Collective outcomes that are based on a shared analysis and provide a common vision can build a bridge between short-term assistance, medium-term outcomes and long-term development programming and financing. 

In June 2020, the IASC Principals endorsed the UN-IASC Light Guidance on Collective Outcomes, a concise and practical guidance aimed to guide colleagues tasked with implementing the humanitarian-development-peace collaboration at the country level. The guidance was developed by the IASC Results Group 4 on Humanitarian-Development Collaboration and in consultation with the UN Joint Steering Committee to Advance Humanitarian and Development Collaboration (JSC). The guidance, which is a joint product of the IASC and the JSC, aims to ensure a common understanding of analysis, funding and financial strategies and effective coordination initiatives. It highlights key steps and questions that should be answered during the process of creating and delivering context-specific collective outcomes. 

In this webinar we will look at how humanitarian leadership in the field and at global level can apply this guidance and better use collective outcomes to foster closer humanitarian-development-peace collaboration at country level and strengthen humanitarian response.

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Event Date: 
Wednesday, July 15, 2020 - 15:00 to 16:30
Organiser or Host: 
IASC & Peer 2 Peer
Venue: 
Online
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