Welcome to the IASC
Statement by Principals of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC), Racism and Racial Discrimination in the Humanitarian Sector
In a letter to members of the Security Council, Mr. Mark Lowcock warned that the "First Famines of Coronavirus Era Are at World’s Doorstep"
Working for results
Meeting the needs of those affected by disasters, together: maximising timeliness, transparency and cost effectiveness.
Making humanitarian action work for everyone: proactively eradicating abuse and systematically including feedback and representation.
One voice for those in need: maximising the influence and credibility of targeted, informed and collective leadership.
Working towards long-term solutions: strengthening long-term impact, while safeguarding humanitarian space and principles.
Working for resources, making resources work: addressing specific gaps with transparent, collective funding supported by sound evidence.