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IASC Operational Guidance on Data Responsibility
In this webinar, held on August 10 2021, we explored the potential of the IASC Operational Guidance on Data Responsibility to positively shape our safe, ethical and effective management of data in humanitarian response. An expert panel composed of protection and information management practitioners discussed the implications of the operational guidance on the protection sector and how they plan to implement it into their work.
PIM in Practice Launch
On 24 March 2021, “PIM in Practice” onlines resources were launched during this one-hour webinar and discusion. PIM practitioners shared their experience with facilitating PIM capacity building trainings online, developing protection monitoring systems, and using PIM to create guidelines for safe and ethical data sharing.
What’s New in PIM?
In this Webinar, held on 13 January 2021, we learn how the PIM Conceptual Framework is used in a variety of new initiatives, such as the creation of a joint regional protection monitoring system “P21”, the development of a Needs Identification and Analysis Framework (NIAF), in tools “DTM and Partners Toolkit”, and in the Protection Case Management Guidance.
UNHCR Annual Consultations with NGOs 2019: Continuing the Discussion, Follow-up Webinars
In 2019, UNHCR’s Annual Consultations with NGOs (3-5 July 2019) themed ”Working together, better”, which had a particular focus on data and evidence with a workstream titled “Evidence for Action: Connecting people and data in support of evidence informed outcomes”.
You can now watch recordings of two webinars which followed-up on the exchanges at the consultations, by introducing good practices and recommendations for how to ensure principled, collaborative and effective generation and use of evidence for collective responses to displacement situations – specifically in relation to collaboration by coordination fora, and meaningful collaboration with affected communities:
Meaningful Engagement with Affected Communities – From informants to partners
This 60 minute webinar explores how humanitarian actors can pursue meaningful collaboration with affected communities – from defining information needs and designing information management systems, to data collection, analysis and use.
A Collective Commitment to Evidence: Coordination Fora Taking the Lead
In this 60 minute webinar practitioners from the protection cluster of Somalia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo share of experiences and reflections on how protection coordination fora can collaborate to using data and evidence to inform planning of response for collective outcomes.
Click above, to watch a video explaining PIM (from mid-2016) by Kathrine Starup, Global Protection Advisor, DRC and Kimberly Roberson, Chief of Section, Field Information Coordination and Support Section, UNHCR.
Click above to watch our first video by Kathrine and Kimberly explaining PIM, from early 2016.
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