The issue paper contributes to inter-agency reflections on what the Peace component of the HDPN might and can look like, with an emphasis on the possible engagement pathways along a peace spectrum within humanitarian action. This paper outlines how humanitarian actors can ensure context and conflict analysis and conflict-sensitivity in their own programming.
This light guidance was developed by WHO and UNHCR on behalf of the IASC Results Group 4 on Humanitarian-Development Collaboration and in consultation with the UN Joint Steering Committee to Advance Humanitarian and Development Collaboration (JSC). It is to be a live document meant to ensure a common understanding of analysis, funding and financial strategies and effective coordination initiatives. It highlights key steps and questions that should be answered during the process of creating and delivering context-specific collective outcomes.
The IASC Results Group 4 on Humanitarian-Development Collaboration met on 12 May 2020 to discuss (i) INCAF-IASC Results Group 4 meeting on HDP nexus “Commitments into Action,” (ii) Follow-up to the Principals tasking on linkages between the GHRP, SPRP and the socio-economic plan; and (iii) Brief updates on light guidance on collective outcomes, HDN and its linkages to Peace, and Community of Practice.
This note lays out the agreed Priority Areas of Work for the IASC Results Groups covering the 2020.
The IASC Results Groups have been encouraged to be concrete in their deliverables, to focus on activities that will have the most impact on field effectiveness, will support IASC Principals’ with their decisions and/or advocacy efforts, promise the highest return for investment, and are inclusive; ensuring systematic engagement with key relevant IASC and non-IASC inter-agency structures.
As the IASC Results Groups have embarked upon their initial Priority Areas of Work for 2019, the scope and ownership of their priorities have evolved to reflect the specificities of the tasks and deliverables. The living document below will be intermittently updated to reflect changes in the Priority Areas of Work of Results Group 4 in order to best deliver against their IASC Strategic Priorities.