Adapting the IASC Gender Marker to your needs: Future evolution (IASC Event NY)

Adapting the IASC Gender Marker to your needs: Future evolution (IASC Event NY)

Jan
21
2016
9:30 to 11:00
in New York
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Add to Calendarhttp://interagencystandingcommittee.org/new-york-iasc-informal-events/meetings/adapting-iasc-gender-marker-your-needs-future-evolution-iasc01-21-2016 19:30:0001-21-2016 21:00:0035Adapting the IASC Gender Marker to your needs: Future evolution (IASC Event NY)While there is a growing recognition that women, men, girls and boys are differently affected by crises and that humanitarian responses should be tailored to their diverse needs, how do Humanitarian Response Plans actually take gender issues into account? The IASC Gender Standby Capacity project (GenCap) will reflect with us on the state of incorporating gender equality into humanitarian action, offering insights on the degree to which the 2015 country strategies analyzed and addressed distinct protection and assistance needs. GenCap Global Advisor Delphine Brun (author of “Gender Equality in the 2015 Strategic Response Plans”) will also present how the IASC Gender Marker is being adapted based on users’ feedback. Suggestions and expectations about the future IASC Gender & Age Marker will be sought from the participants. Please join us to learn more about the IASC Gender Marker presented by Delphine Brun, Inter-Agency Gender Advisor for the GenCap project. Delphine Brun is currently working as Inter-Agency gender advisor for the GenCap project, with a focus on the Humanitarian Programme Cycle, the IASC Gender Marker and the Early Recovery Global Cluster. She has been part of the IASC GenCap project since 2009. She was involved in developing and testing the IASC Gender Marker during her deployment to the Democratic Republic of Congo between 2009 and 2011. One of her particular areas of interest is finding creative solutions in order to make the importance and application of gender sensitive programming as practical as possible. With post graduate diplomas in philosophy and in gender issues, Delphine has been working on gender for the past 15 years, including seven years in development and humanitarian settings. New York, DC2falseMM/DD/YYYY

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While there is a growing recognition that women, men, girls and boys are differently affected by crises and that humanitarian responses should be tailored to their diverse needs, how do Humanitarian Response Plans actually take gender issues into account? The IASC Gender Standby Capacity project (GenCap) will reflect with us on the state of incorporating gender equality into humanitarian action, offering insights on the degree to which the 2015 country strategies analyzed and addressed distinct protection and assistance needs. GenCap Global Advisor Delphine Brun (author of “Gender Equality in the 2015 Strategic Response Plans”) will also present how the IASC Gender Marker is being adapted based on users’ feedback. Suggestions and expectations about the future IASC Gender & Age Marker will be sought from the participants.

Please join us to learn more about the IASC Gender Marker presented by Delphine Brun, Inter-Agency Gender Advisor for the GenCap project.

Delphine Brun is currently working as Inter-Agency gender advisor for the GenCap project, with a focus on the Humanitarian Programme Cycle, the IASC Gender Marker and the Early Recovery Global Cluster. She has been part of the IASC GenCap project since 2009. She was involved in developing and testing the IASC Gender Marker during her deployment to the Democratic Republic of Congo between 2009 and 2011. One of her particular areas of interest is finding creative solutions in order to make the importance and application of gender sensitive programming as practical as possible. With post graduate diplomas in philosophy and in gender issues, Delphine has been working on gender for the past 15 years, including seven years in development and humanitarian settings.

Location

 
City
New York
Venue
DC2
Meeting Host(s)

Contact

Ms. Lucia Vidal de la Pena

IASC Secretariat
Email:
vidaldelapena@un.org
Phone:
+1 917-679-1151