UN Women and the Grand Bargain Friends of Gender Group are pleased to invite you to a global consultation on ‘Promoting a gender transformative humanitarian action agenda through the Grand Bargain commitments’.
The one-day workshop will take place in Geneva, Switzerland on 13th of December, 2019. Please find below the concept note for the event. Further logistical details and background reading will be provided over the coming two weeks.
Please see below the roadmap drafted by the Eminent Person's office, the Grand Bargain Facilitation Group and the Grand Bargain Secretariat to visualize the identified collective and individual action points from the Annual Meeting in June 2019 in Geneva (collective action points are available in the Outcome document). This roadmap attemps to compile and visualize existing Annual Meeting 2019 action points, the Grand Bargain commitments, and the indicators agreed in 2018.
The Operational Policy and Advocacy Group (OPAG) of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) held its second meeting hosted by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) on 7 and 8 November 2019 in Geneva.1 The primary objective of the meeting was to examine progress made by the IASC Results Groups on the OPAG-agreed priority areas of work in 2019, and agree on their proposed priorities for 2020.
The development of a Joint Intersectoral Analysis Framework (JIAF) is one of the key activities of the Grand Bargain on Needs Assessments (GBNA). The JIAF aims at contributing to the achievement of several of the GBNA commitments, particularly the commitment of conducting a holistic and intersectoral analysis of people’s needs, the causes of these needs and their severity, vulnerability, capacities and risks.