1 Entry points for child rights programming in humanitarian and transition

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3.1 Entry points for child-rights programming in humanitarian and transition programme cycles 12 3.1.1. Rights-based approaches to emergency preparedness 13 3.1.2. Rights-based assessment and analysis of humanitarian transition contexts 13 a. Rights-based Assessments 14 b. Causal Analysis 14 c. Stakeholder mapping and analysis 14 d. Capacity and will analysis 15 3.1.3. Rights-based approaches to programme design 15 3.1.4. Rights-based approaches to programme implementation 16 3.1.5. Rights-based approaches to programme monitoring 16 3.1.6. Preparing organizations to involve children in their work 16 4.CHILD RIGHTS-BASED APPROACHES IN TRANSITIONAL CONTEXTS 16 5.CHILD RIGHTS CONSIDERATIONS IN PEACEBUILDING 17 5.1 Considerations for planning and implementing peacebuiding programmes 18 6.CHILD PARTICIPATION IN HUMANITARIAN ACTION AND TRANSITION PROGRAMMES 18 6.1 Standards in Child Participation 18 6.1.1 Tailoring Child Participation Standards to the Crisis Environment 18 6.1.2 Roles for children 18 6.1.3 Informing children and building the capacity to participate 19 6.1.4 Preparing organizations to involve children in their work 20 7.PARTNERSHIP FOR CHILD RIGHTS 20 8.THE ROLE OF DONORS 20 8.1 Agenda Setting 20 8.2 Assuring Resources are Available for Child Rights 21 8.3 Funding Mechanisms 21 8.4 Setting Funding Priorities 21 8.5 Ensuring Continuity 22 8.6 Monitoring 22 3
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DRAFT – Toolkit on Child Rights in Humanitarian Crises and Post-Crisis Transition, July 2012 9 TOOLKIT 23 Tool 1: IASC Operational Guidelines on Human Rights in Natural Disasters 24 Tool 2. Emergency Risk-Informed Situation Analysis 24 Tool 3. Child rights considerations in key elements of recovery planning 26 Tool 4. Problem Tree – A Tool to Visualize Causality Analysis 28 Tool 5. Rights-based Capacity and Will Analysis Checklist 29 Tool 6. Checklist for Rights-Based Considerations in Programme Design 31 Tool 7. Indicators for rights based outcomes and processes 32 Tool 8. Considerations for Planning and Implementing Peacebuilding Programmes 33 Tool 9. Interaction with Partners to Protect and Promote Child Rights in Humanitarian Action and Transition Response 35 Tool 10. Rights-based Considerations Consolidated Appeals 36 S RESOURCES L IST OF T ABLES Table 1. What challenges are there to the principle of non-discrimination when undertaking humanitarian action during conflict? Table 2. Civil-Military Relations and Neutrality Table 3. Protective Learning and Community Emergency Services ("PLaCES") Table 4. Humanitarian Advocacy Table 5. Monitoring and Reporting on Child Rights Violations Table 6. Rights-based Transition and Reconstruction Table 7. Entry points for child rights programming in programme cycles Table 8. Child Participation in Programme Design Table 9. Save the Children Alliance Practice Standards in Children’s Participation Table 10. Bringing Children Together in Maluku, Indonesia Table 11. Rights-based Considerations Consolidated Appeals Table 12. Rights-based Criteria for CAPs in Haiti 4
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DRAFT – Toolkit on Child Rights in Humanitarian Crises and Post-Crisis Transition, July 2012 1.
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  • Child Rights

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