IASC OPAG members Convene to Renew Collective Commitment
The IASC Operational Policy and Advocacy Group (OPAG) met on 23 November 2021 to:
- Agree on what the IASC needs to do to strengthen the humanitarian system’s collective ability to engage with and respond to affected populations,
- Reflect on the progress of the ongoing IASC Protection Policy Review and towards strengthening the Centrality of Protection,
- Discuss the ongoing Inter-Agency Humanitarian Evaluations on the COVID-19 Scale Up response and Yemen and the priorities for 2022/2023 with the objective to strengthen learning and alignment with IASC Strategic Priorities; and
- Consider key findings from recent Peer-2-Peer country support missions.
The OPAG renewed its collective commitment to put people and their protection at the centre of humanitarian action.