While there are many approaches to conducting an analysis of possible futures, this document outlines an example of one step-by-step approach of how to build scenarios, which can be applied to a range of contexts and timeframes, from a protracted conflict to a sudden onset disaster. It articulates 9 steps within the chain of plausibility, and showcases an example from an ACAPS’ scenario building exercise in Nigeria.
This trip is meant to build on the previous missions and will focus on the challenges of protection analysis and decision-making in an increasingly complex context. This mission supports the field-level component of InterAction’s SIDA-funded project, Strengthening Ways of Working for Protection Outcomes.
This trip aims to understand from NGOs on the ground what their most urgent priorities are and to strengthen collective strategies to address them.
Between June and August of 2020, InterAction held a virtual practitioners’ roundtable, a series of five online sessions titled Getting Practical with Prevention: What does it take to reduce risk?
This research conducted by Mercy Corps in Nigeria explores the vulnerabilities and protective strategies among youth who were recruited into Boko Haram and those who resisted recruitment efforts.
Throughout May and June 2015, the InterAction Results-Based Protection Program carried out several interviews, hosted an online discussion forum, and held a series of webinars with guest speakers on the development of protection strategies across different contexts.
This webinar discussion aimed to explore the implications of multilingual communication in protective humanitarian action. The webinar engaged Translators without Borders and several practitioners working in protection to discuss how the languages and formats of communication can impact affected populations. Drawing on case examples from forced displacement situations in Northeast Nigeria and Myanmar/Bangladesh, the discussion explored steps humanitarian actors can take to improve effective two-way communication
On June 2nd 2021, the International Association of Professionals in Humanitarian Assistance and Protection (PHAP) organized a launch event of the report titled Towards Principled Humanitarian Action in Conflict Contexts – Understanding the Role of Partnerships: Voices from Nigeria and South Sudan.
MindShift: A Collection of Examples that Promote Protection Outcomes, spotlights 13 case examples from different humanitarian organizations working across the world on protection