Overview: IASC Weekly Meetings (GVA) in 2011

Overview: IASC Weekly Meetings (GVA) in 2011

Published Date

March 19, 2012
  • New IASC strategy to address humanitarian challenges in urban areas
  • Update on Cote d'Ivoire
  • The new Reliefweb - changes, improvements and new features
  • Briefing on the Emergency Capacity Building (ECB) Project and Accountability
  • Forced displacement caused by drug cartels in Mexico
  • Outcome of the 78th IASC Working Group meeting and December 2010 IASC Principals meeting
  • The World Economic Forum - Building Disaster Resource Partnerships through Public-Private Partnerships
  • Humanitarian Assistance in Afghanistan - Lessons learned and remaining challenges
  • Collective Centre Guidelines: Upholding the rights of IDPs located in Collective Centres
  • The IASC response to the evaluation of the clusters phase two
  • Debriefing of the joint OCHA/BCPR UNDP Mission to Pakistan
  • Internal displacement: looking at the new challenges, opportunities and priorities 
  • Building Partnerships between Clusters and the Private Sector
  • Protection from Gender Based Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo 
  • Japan after the earthquake and the tsunami: overview and role of international actors in the response
  • Impact of the nuclear power plant crisis in Japan on public health
  • Refugees and local integration in Tanzania
  • Presentations of Google's crisis response activities and tools
  • The 5-country initiative on emergency preparedness
  • Key Humanitarian Concerns in East Jerusalem
  • De-briefing on the recent meeting of IASC Principals in New York
  • Update on the use of the Gender Marker
  • The Health Component in Post Disaster and Post Conflict Needs Assessments
  • Children and Armed Conflict in the Central African Republic
  • Outcome of the Global Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction and way forward
  • Outcome of the World Reconstruction Conference and way forward
  • Protection of civilians in armed conflict – recent developments in the UN Security Council
  • Building humanitarian capacity – the CORE training
  • Update on the work of the Needs Assessment Task Force, including training on needs assessment
  • Consequences of Natural Disasters: the Need to Manage Disaster Waste
  • Mainstreaming Environment in the Work of Clusters 
  • Reducing disaster risk and improving response: law as critical tool
  • The Growing Food Security Crisis in the Horn Of Africa
  • Getting the Message out - Informing the Public about Humanitarian Work and Emergencies
  • Covering Humanitarian Work - A News Agency's Perspective
  • Convergence Economy: Building Successful Humanitarian Partnerships in a Converging World
  • Nutrition crisis in the Horn of Africa
  • The humanitarian situation in Chad 
  • Outcome of the July IASC Working Group meeting 
  • Challenges to humanitarian principles during the Libyan crisis
  • The humanitarian response to displacement during the Libya crisis
  • Challenges and Opportunities for the Education Cluster in South Sudan
  • Education in Emergencies and INEE
  • Dadaab Information Needs Assessment: Communication is AID
  • DPKO/DFS work to improve the implementation of POC mandates in UN peacekeeping operations. 
  • Guiding the durable solutions process for internally displaced people
  • Country Focus: Cote d'Ivoire 
  • Lessons Learned: Addressing Land Issues after Natural Disasters or Armed Conflict
  • Country Focus: Syria
  • Core Humanitarian Competency Framework and the Humanitarian Staff Development Programme
  • Gender Based Violence: A Humanitarian Crisis
  • Country Focus: Somalia
  • Appropriate Management of the Deceased Patients in Natural Disasters and Complex Emergencies
  • The ICRC Forensic Unit
  • Trends in new media and reporting in humanitarian action
  • Inter-Agency Real-Time Evaluation of the response to the Haiti Earthquake, 20 months after
  • Managing risk in insecure contexts: Pathways to resilience and peace building
  • Operationalising the Multi-Cluster Initial Rapid Assessment (MIRA) at the field level
  • Age in Humanitarian Action

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