Participation Have mechanisms been established to facilitate the active

Participation have mechanisms been established to

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Participation: Have mechanisms been established to facilitate the active participation of different crisis-affected population groups in the assessment, design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of humanitarian and transition programmes? Capacity-Building : Do humanitarian and transition programmes include targeted efforts to build the capacity of rights holders to claim their rights and duty bearers to fulfill their obligations? Does this strategy include building the capacity of partners and counterparts to operate according to a rights-based model? Local ownership : Are measures in place to promote local ownership (by crisis-affected populations and local authorities) of humanitarian and transition programmes? Sustainability : Are programmes designed with an exit-strategy in mind, to ensure their sustainability over the medium and long term including in the shift from humanitarian to post- crisis transition? Advocacy: Has a humanitarian/transition advocacy strategy been developed, taking into considerations the different approaches to advocacy in politically sensitive and insecure contexts? 31
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DRAFT – Toolkit on Child Rights in Humanitarian Crises and Post-Crisis Transition, July 2012 Tool 7. Indicators for rights based outcomes and processes Indicators for rights based outcomes and processes Examples of Rights-Based Outcomes xviii Examples of Rights-Based Processes xix All children in an IDP camp will have access to good quality primary education. Adolescents will have viable economic alternatives to recruitment by militia. Women and girls will have safe access to water and move freely to collect it without intimidation. People have sufficient covered space to provide dignified accommodation. Essential household activities can be satisfactorily undertaken, and livelihood support activities can be pursued as required. Both during and after emergencies, education laws and policies uphold the right to education articulated in international human rights instruments and declarations. Women, men and children from all affected groups are regularly consulted and are involved in monitoring activities. People have full knowledge of their rights to assistance and protection and are increasingly able to claim them from the responsible authorities without intimidation or discrimination. Targeting mechanisms are agreed among the affected population (including representatives of vulnerable groups) and other appropriate actors. Targeting criteria are clearly defined and widely disseminated. Feedback systems are in place to capture any concerns that crisis-affected persons have with respect to the humanitarian response. 32
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DRAFT – Toolkit on Child Rights in Humanitarian Crises and Post-Crisis Transition, July 2012 Tool 8. Considerations for Planning and Implementing Peacebuilding Programmes Considerations for Planning and Implementing Peacebuilding Programmes xx Begin with conflict analysis –Conflict sensitivity and peacebuilding begin with conflict analysis to inform broader situation analyses and guide programme prioritization and design. Use or update existing analysis if available. Advocate for collective agreement.
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