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Cover of the Statement by the Principals of the IASC on AAP in Humanitarian Action

Statement by Principals of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) on Accountability to Affected People in Humanitarian Action

Document Type
IASC Statement
Product Category
Accountability to Affected Populations
Published Date
This statement affirms the commitment of the IASC to ensure that Accountability to Affected People (AAP) is central to principled humanitarian action. It also pledges to support Humanitarian Coordinators (HCs), Humanitarian Country Teams (HCTs), clusters and individual agencies to prioritize the implementation of this commitment in all humanitarian operations.

IASC Communications Package on Addressing Sexual Misconduct-If I were you, French

Document Type
Document
Published Date
This communications package can be used by principals and managers in their teams as a support to initiate dialogue amongst colleagues on the subject of sexual misconduct. The aim is to tackle this difficult issue through leadership, in particular by reinforcing the message that there is no place for such behaviour in our organizations and encouraging self-reflection and active engagement by all. Although this package was intended to be used for a face-to-face dialogue, it can be adapted for use in a virtual discussion. Each language has two communications packages:

IASC Communications Package on Addressing Sexual Misconduct-If it were you, English

Document Type
Document
Published Date
This communications package can be used by principals and managers in their teams as a support to initiate dialogue amongst colleagues on the subject of sexual misconduct. The aim is to tackle this difficult issue through leadership, in particular by reinforcing the message that there is no place for such behaviour in our organizations and encouraging self-reflection and active engagement by all. Although this package was intended to be used for a face-to-face dialogue, it can be adapted for use in a virtual discussion. Each language has two communications packages:

IASC Communications Package on Addressing Sexual Misconduct-Voices, French

Document Type
Document
Published Date
This communications package can be used by principals and managers in their teams as a support to initiate dialogue amongst colleagues on the subject of sexual misconduct. The aim is to tackle this difficult issue through leadership, in particular by reinforcing the message that there is no place for such behaviour in our organizations and encouraging self-reflection and active engagement by all. Although this package was intended to be used for a face-to-face dialogue, it can be adapted for use in a virtual discussion. Each language has two communications packages:
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In-country PSEA Coordinator, Generic Terms of Reference (ToRs), 2021

Document Type
IASC Product
Product Category
Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse
Published Date
These generic ToRs are intended to serve as a useful guide for organizations that do not already have their own internal TORs for PSEA Coordinators and are to be adapted as needed based on practical needs and realities in the context, and in-country PSEA developments already in place.
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In-country PSEA Focal Point, Generic Terms of Reference (ToRs), 2021

Document Type
IASC Product
Product Category
Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse
Published Date
These generic ToRs are intended to serve as a useful guide for organizations that do not already have their own internal TORs for PSEA Focal Points, and are to be adapted as needed to the organizational and operational context.
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In-country PSEA Network, Generic Terms of Reference (ToRs), 2021

Document Type
IASC Product
Product Category
Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse
Published Date
These generic ToRs are intended to serve as a useful guide for HCs/RCs/HCT that do not already have their own internal TORs for a PSEA Network, and are to be contextualised based on practical needs and realities on the ground, in-country PSEA developments, and internal policy and practice of Network members.

Final Report, Collective Accountability to Affected People Workshop with Resident/Humanitarian Coordinators, June 2021

Document Type
Document
Published Date
To maximize on the renewed momentum and focus on AAP, a number of Resident and Humanitarian Coordinators (RC/HCs) convened in a virtual workshop to: (a) identify the critical barriers in the system’s ability to deliver system-wide AAP, (b) agree on the “gold standard” that the system should work towards, and (c) propose concrete practical steps to make the required progress, by drawing on some best practices and reflecting on the evolving challenges that would need to be addressed to facilitate the required step change in AAP.