Results-Based Protection Tip Sheet: Iterative Evaluation Practice for Protection

The humanitarian community has come under increased pressure to achieve more meaningful results with respect to protection programming and demonstrate outcomes manifested through measurably reduced risk. Despite the challenges of measuring tangible protection outcomes in humanitarian crises,[1] using a results-based approach supports measuring the reduction of risk, and continual adaptation …

Article: Collaboration with criminal organisations in Colombia: an obstacle to economic recovery

Christopher M Hays, Forced Migration Review, June 2018 In Colombia, guerrilla organizations, paramilitary groups, drug cartels, and local mafia and gangs have a dramatic impact on the markets, local economies, and livelihoods of displaced communities. Actors working on economic development with displaced populations have reported direct and indirect collaboration with …

Webinar: Nigeria turns purple! Innovative approaches to creating and measuring social norms change: experience from V4C in Nigeria

CPC Learning Network and LINEA, 31 May 2018   This webinar explored the social norms marketing approach used by the Voices for Change initiative to inspire young people’s attitudinal and behavior change towards women’s role in household decision-making, women’s leadership, and violence against women and girls in Nigeria. The Voices …

Podcast: Constructive Deconstruction: Future Humanitarian Action

Overseas Development Institute Humanitarian Policy Group, May 2018 “Constructive deconstruction: future humanitarian action” is a podcast series exploring ODI’s Humanitarian Policy Group’s two years of research on re-imagining the humanitarian system, using design thinking to look at the humanitarian system through the perspective of the end user. In the first …