A WEBINAR ON RESULTS-BASED PROTECTION IN PRACTICE: Letting Communities Lead: Good Practices in Locally-Driven Protection

Date Published: July 23, 2024Author: InterAction
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On May 9, InterAction released six new case examples of organizations demonstrating the use of results-based approaches to protection In the webinar accompanying the release of the publications, InterAction looked at how organizations successfully start from the perspective of affected populations to understand protection risks and to help support communities already leading locally-driven strategies to reduce risk. The webinar featured three examples of good practices in locally driven protection. A facilitated conversation helped unpack what these approaches entail and what the enabling factors are that can foster and promote outcome-oriented protection programming that begin with communities. The webinar also explored the feasibility of these approaches across a diversity of crisis contexts. The featured panelists include:

  • Carolina Franceschini Global Thematic Advisor for Protection of Civilians, NRC — speaking about the application of NRC’s Civilian Self-Protection approach in Afghanistan
  • Felicity Gray Global Head of Policy and Advocacy, Nonviolent Peaceforce — speaking about how NP’s organization culture has supported unarmed civilian protection work in Ukraine and beyond
  • Marta Pawlak – Humanitarian Consultant — speaking about her People-Centered Approach to designing multidisciplinary protection programming collaboratively with communities

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