Webinar: Language in Protective Humanitarian Action: Practical lessons from Myanmar/Bangladesh and Northeast Nigeria

  Moderator: Jenny McAvoy, Director of Protection at InterAction Presenter: Ellie Kemp, Head of Crisis Response at Translators without Borders Expert Speakers: (1) Tiffany Easthom, Executive Director at Nonviolent Peaceforce (2) Mia Marzotto, Senior Advocacy Officer at Translators without Borders (based in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh); (3) Noreen Omondi, Protection & …

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 …

Webinar: Iterative and Adaptive Humanitarian Action: A Discussion with ALNAP and Practitioners

          Moderator: Jenny McAvoy, Director of Protection, InterAction Presenter: Alice Obrecht, Senior Research Fellow, ALNAP Panelists: Sarah Henly-Shepard, Senior Advisor for Climate Change and Resilience, Mercy Corps Katherine Kramer, Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning Advisor, Geneva Call Monica Stephen, Conflict and Security Advisor, Saferworld Building on …

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 …

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 …

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. There has been a major shift in recent years in …

Webinar: Building Readiness Through Collective Impact Feasibility Framework

 In this webinar, Liz Weaver and Robert Albright from the Collective Impact Forum discuss Collective Impact’s utility as a method for problem-solving in complex situations. Collective Impact (CI) is the commitment of a group of important actors from across different sectors to a common agenda for addressing a specific complex …

Webinar: Principles-Focused Evaluation – Featuring Mark Cabaj and Michael Quinn Patton

On January 23rd, the Tamarack Institute held a conversation with Michael Quinn Patton exploring his latest book – Principles-Focused Evaluation: The GUIDE, released in November 2017. The webinar explored the principles-focused evaluation (P-FE) approach and its relevance and application in a range of settings. Quinn Patton presented why principles matter for program …

Event/ Webinar: Contested Evidence: The challenges and limitations of evidence-based approaches in humanitarian action

Event/ Webinar: Contested Evidence: The challenges and limitations of evidence-based approaches in humanitarian action Professionals in Humanitarian Assistance and Protection (PHAP), 7 November 2017   As part of Humanitarian Evidence Week, PHAP convened an online panel discussion with evaluators and practitioners speaking to evidence-based approaches in humanitarian action. The event …

Event/ Webinar: Resisting War: How Communities Protect Themselves

Event/ Webinar: Resisting War: How Communities Protect Themselves U.S. Institute of Peace, 2 October 2017 On October 2, the U.S. Institute of Peace (USIP) convened a panel discussion on the new research within Oliver Kaplan’s book, Resisting War, exploring how communities use cohesion and social structures to non-violently influence armed groups. …