The 2022 Annual RBP Briefing Paper, using a results-based approach to protection, aims to begin to identify ways that humanitarians must work to understand the links between protection risks and the impacts of climate change in settings of armed conflict. Beginning with the perspective that reducing protection risk is a priority for the humanitarian community, we ask the questions: how does climate change impact that objective? What further considerations should we make in our protection analysis and strategies that incorporate context-specific and global climate change manifestations? What kind of collaboration do we need to address these issues effectively? And in the specific context of armed conflict, how must the behavior of armed actors be addressed?
Do you have significant field-based and operational experience managing and implementing humanitarian programs aimed at achieving protection outcomes? Are you frustrated with the way traditional programs for protection are designed and implemented? Are you tired of measuring outputs and excited about using outcome-oriented methodologies to measure protection outcomes? Are you ready and passionate about challenging current ways of working to influence the uptake of more outcome-oriented approaches to achieve protection outcomes?
If so, you might be the right person to join InterAction’s Protection team as it’s Senior Protection Manager!