Integrating Gender in the Context of Conflict

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Gender-based violence and site/settlement planning

This updated collection contains a series of guidelines, a video message, academic research papers, handbooks, reports and a response guidance on gender-based violence and site/settlement planning.
Current guidance comes from leading local and global organizations and institutions: CARE International UK, CPC Learning Network, Global Protection Cluster, Global Shelter Cluster, Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC), Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC), International Organization for Migration (IOM), United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF), United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) and World Vision.
Please send suggestions for additional content for this Collection to info@humanitarianlibrary.org, or create your own Collection on the Library.
You might find other helpful collections on women in displacement below.

Understanding Community Resilience After Conflict and Disaster

The "Understanding Community Resilience After Conflict and Disaster" Collection aims to create a better understanding around community resilience after conflict and disaster. The areas covered range from, environmental risks and sustainability, community resilience, disaster risk management, private sector engagement, urban disasters and redevelopment, coping with floods, disease management, environmental sustainability, and mainstreaming disaster risk reduction in the education sector. These resources compile knowledge on a variety of sources, mainly South East Asia and South Asia, but also Latin American countries such as Haiti.

Women In Displacement

This IOM collection includes reports relative to the problems faced by women and children in displacement. As part of a broader global-level project aimed at reducing gender-based violence (GBV) risks in camps and camp-like settings, the project was premised on evidence that scaling up women’s agency in the public and private sphere is critical to social transformation and preventing violence against women and girls in all settings.  For further information on this project and others please visit, https://womenindisplacement.org/, where you can find out more about accessing toolkits and training.Please send suggestions for additional content for this Collection to info@humanitarianlibrary.org, or create your own Collection on the Library.