The World Bank and the humanitarian-development-peace nexus
The second session of the learning stream on the humanitarian-development-peace nexus, jointly organized by ICVA and PHAP, took place on 24 May. The event explored the role of the World Bank when working in the context of conflict and fragility, and how their approach has changed since the World Humanitarian Summit in 2016. The session also featured presentations from NGO representatives on how they are engaging in complex settings where the World Bank is working. Watch the recording below:
Focus: To provide NGOs (and others interested stakeholders) with an overview about the shift of the World Bank’s role and the various instruments used when working in the humanitarian-development-peace nexus and the opportunities for NGOs to engage and partner with the World Bank.
Advisor for the Fragility, Conflict and Violence Group at the World Bank
Senior Communications Officer, Stakeholder Engagement Team,
External and Corporate Relations (ECR) Vice Presidency, The World Bank
Policy and Advocacy Officer, International Rescue Committee
Humanitarian Director, Save the Children Somalia
Director of Policy at ICVA
Executive Director at PHAP
ICVA Briefing Paper : The World Bank and Refugees
Available in English
Aussi disponible en français
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As part of the learning stream on the humanitarian-development-peace nexus, this event is the third session of five live interactive online learning events that ICVA and PHAP will be organizing in the coming months. The purpose of these sessions is to provide NGOs and aid workers with a stronger understanding of the efforts to overcome the divide between the humanitarian, development, and – when appropriate – peace communities.