Webinar: What’s Missing? Adding Context to the Urban Response Toolbox

The humanitarian community has come under increased pressure to achieve more meaningful results and demonstrate impact through protection programming, mindful that the current practice often tends to replicate programs across contexts without adequate investment in analysis or consideration of what actions are necessary to reduce the specific risks different people …

Event: Practicing Safe Data: A Roundtable Discussion

With new technologies enabling faster data collection and information management, there are opportunities for these technologies to be harnessed for continuous context-specific analysis in support of protection outcomes; however, if not handled responsibly, they can also expose individuals to additional risk. On April 5th, InterAction hosted a roundtable to dive …

Joint Webinar Series: Social norms as they relate to the fields of gender-based violence, violence against children, sexual exploitation and the abuse of children and adolescents

How can we better understand what norms underpin and create an enabling environment for violence and exploitation, and how can we transform them through promoting positive norms for child and adolescent development and well-being? In 2018, the Learning Initiative on Norms, Exploitation, and Abuse (LINEA) at the London School of …

Podcast: From the Inside Out, A New Podcast Series from USAID Learning Lab

In previous RBP Updates, we have examined how collaborating, learning, and adapting (CLA) can help translate a results-based orientation into practice through iterative reflection, learning, and relationship-building. (See here, here, and here for previous examples.) By improving our ability to learn, we can adapt our programming to be more responsive …