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Academic Council on the UN System AcademiaEurope

ACUNS through its Vienna Liaison Office will promote efforts to identify, focus global attention on, and offer new ideas to prevent and/or stop, femicide (killing of women, as women) and the targeting of women in conflict situations.

  • Commitment type
    Advocacy

Academic Council on the UN System AcademiaEurope

ACUNS will conduct and disseminate critical studies on core responsibility 2 (core commitments 1 and 5), using podcasts and written articles to highlight both issues, which are disseminated online and in print through its global network.

  • Commitment type
    Policy

Academic Council on the UN System AcademiaEurope

ACUNS will conduct and disseminate online or in print through its global network, special podcast interviews and short analytical articles addressing conflict prevention best practices and lessons learnt.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Action Against Hunger | ACF International NGOGlobal

This is a joint commitment.

ACF International will actively pursue within the year ahead the creation of a Special Rapporteur for the protection of aid workers, dedicated to advancing efforts to respect and protect the humanitarian mission against attacks, threats or other violent acts that prevent it from fulfilling its exclusively humanitarian function, and to fight impunity.

  • Commitment type
    Advocacy

Action Against Hunger | ACF International NGOGlobal

ACF International will include in all country strategies, for the next 5 years, structural support measures including multi-sectoral risk management, local capacities reinforcement and emergency response for the overarching goal of building resilience to manage risk rather than crises. Programs in high burden countries will produce and implement a risk management policy and secure support from donors for flexible and predictable resources.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Action Against Hunger | ACF International NGOGlobal

ACF International will promote and demand a fully integrated approach to preparing, reducing and managing natural disasters and climate change risks by adequate field activities targeting the most vulnerable to ensure humanitarian and development goals are intertwined.

  • Commitment type
    Advocacy

Action Against Hunger | ACF International NGOGlobal

ACF International will reinforce respect and understanding for the humanitarian principles through the chanelling of donor funds - and adapting its organizational strategic plans - to support training on the principles and legal frameworks for all ACF staff, as well as sensitizing local communities and relevant actors present in the field.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Action Against Hunger | ACF International NGOGlobal

As a member of the Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP), ACF International commit to working with states, humanitarian and development agencies and the private sector to build consensus, capacity, resources and commitment to scale up multipurpose humanitarian cash transfers in line with the calls to action laid out in the CaLP Agenda for Cash.

  • Commitment type
    Advocacy

ACT Alliance Faith-based OrganisationGlobal

This is a joint commitment.

ACT Alliance commits to streamline and harmonize reporting requirements for members, in line with the expected outcomes of the Grand Bargain. This specifically includes a commitment to not ask more from local and national members than what donors ask of funding members.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

ACT Alliance Faith-based OrganisationGlobal

ACT Alliance members commit to supporting initiatives that provide easier and better access to resources for local and national members, particularly where they are first and frontline responders.

  • Commitment type
    Financial

ACT Alliance Faith-based OrganisationGlobal

ACT Alliance will continue to demonstrate, learn from, identify and share best practice in local-national-international partnerships, in line with the Principles of Partnership, that is inherent in the ACT Alliance's vision and working practices. It will also seek to encourage partnerships directly between local and national members through national and regional ACT Forums, encouraging complementarity and equality.

  • Commitment type
    Policy

ACT Alliance Faith-based OrganisationGlobal

This is a joint commitment.

ACT Alliance will increase the proportion of its humanitarian investment that goes to community preparedness, prevention and resilience, with a target that over 10% of ACT Alliance programming should be invested in emergency preparedness and risk reduction. It will deliver over 30 examples of grassroots-level Disaster Risk Reduction awareness-raising activities by ACT Alliance faith-based and church member organizations by May 2018 as examples of good practice.

  • Commitment type
    Financial

ACT Alliance Faith-based OrganisationGlobal

This is a joint commitment.

ACT Alliance will reinforce and highlight through its membership the integral role of faith-based responders in rapid and unimpeded access to communities in need by exhibiting full respect for the humanitarian principles. It will do this by engaging local and national members in information sharing, awareness raising and capacity building on the practical application of the guiding principles and ensuring complete and contextualized integration of the humanitarian pri...

  • Commitment type
    Capacity

ACT Alliance Faith-based OrganisationGlobal

ACT Alliance will support the agency of people by substantially increasing the proportion of our humanitarian investment that goes to cash transfer programming. Before providing in-kind inputs, it will ask itself whether cash would work in this context. It will share learning across the ACT Alliance network on best practice in cash approaches, and increase capacity-building on cash for local and national members.

  • Commitment type
    Policy

ACT Alliance Faith-based OrganisationGlobal

This is a joint commitment.

ACT Alliance will use its influence with its constituencies, civil society and Government leaders to promote stability and long-term community reconciliation, strengthen social cohesion and address grievances.

  • Commitment type
    Advocacy

ACT Alliance Faith-based OrganisationGlobal

By May 2018, ACT Alliance will revise and reform the ACT Alliance humanitarian response mechanisms in line with the direction set out in the UN Secretary General's Agenda for Humanity, including aiming to strengthen local capacities by reforming the ACT Rapid Response Fund so that it is targeted exclusively for national and local members and that it incentivizes greater investment in emergency preparedness, disaster risk reduction and resilience.

  • Commitment type
    Financial

ACT Alliance Faith-based OrganisationGlobal

This is a joint commitment.

By May 2018, ACT Alliance will significantly increase the proportion of its members' humanitarian funding that goes directly to local and national members and their partners for humanitarian response and emergency preparedness. It will seek to transparently report on this amount as ACT Alliance, and encourage individual members to do the same.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

ACT Alliance Faith-based OrganisationGlobal

In an expression of global solidarity with poor and marginalized people, ACT Alliance will amplify the voices that promote human rights and international humanitarian law and speak out against social and structural injustice.

  • Commitment type
    Advocacy

ACTIONAID NGOGlobal

ActionAid commits by 2020 to ensure the meaningful participation of women in all formal and informal decision making processes, ensuring that women make up at least 50% of rights-holders engaged in community decision making and consultation processes that ActionAid leads.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

ACTIONAID NGOGlobal

ActionAid commits to ensure all of its humanitarian programming is gender responsive by 2020.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

ACTIONAID NGOGlobal

ActionAid commits to ensure at least 50% of its implementing partners in humanitarian action are women-led or women's organisations by 2020.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

ACTIONAID NGOGlobal

ActionAid commits to ensure at least 50% of leadership positions in humanitarian contexts are held by women by 2020, and that at least 50% of staff at all levels are women by 2020.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

ACTIONAID NGOGlobal

ActionAid commits to increase funding and capacity development to local and national women's groups as equal partners in our humanitarian action.

  • Commitment type
    Financial

ACTIONAID NGOGlobal

ActionAid commits to provide increased support by way of direct funding and capacity building to national and local NGOs by 2020. This support will empower and allow them to play a central role in the programming and delivering of principled and coordinated humanitarian assistance.

  • Commitment type
    Financial

ACTIONAID NGOGlobal

ActionAid endorses the Call to Action on Protection from GBV in emergencies in 2016, and commits to integrate women-led community based protection mechanisms as part of its core humanitarian response programming by 2020.

  • Commitment type
    Policy

ACTIONAID NGOGlobal

ActionAid will ensure in each response that its staff will be accompanied by front-line responders and local organisations when attending collective coordination platforms. ActionAid will also advocate for the inclusion of front-line responders and local organisations to ensure they have a seat at the table in collective response coordination processes.

  • Commitment type
    Partnership

Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance (ALNAP) AcademiaGlobal

The ALNAP Secretariat commits to incorporating the themes from the World Humanitarian Summit commitments into its 2018 SOHS report, examining the relationship between these themes and any measured changes in humanitarian performance over time. The report will support a better understanding of any improvements that emerge from the WHS and to what extent progress is being made across the core commitments.

  • Commitment type
    Policy

Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance (ALNAP) AcademiaGlobal

ALNAP commits to furthering a humanitarian understanding of urban contexts through original research which looks at how humanitarians understand urban systems and stakeholders, and through supporting the work of ALNAP members and other humanitarian actors.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance (ALNAP) AcademiaGlobal

ALNAP commits to working with the Global Alliance for Urban Crises to harness ALNAP's existing digital community of practice, online portal and webinar series and expand the reach and accessibility of these mechanisms, in order to meet the growing needs around evidence and knowledge management for humanitarian action in urban contexts.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance (ALNAP) AcademiaGlobal

ALNAP will continue to support the humanitarian community, and in particular the Global Clusters and those elements of the humanitarian system concerned with the coordination of humanitarian action, by undertaking research and convening events to address the main constraints to effective coordination. ALNAP will make concrete recommendations for improving coordination before the end of 2016, and will work with key stakeholders to support the implementation of these re...

  • Commitment type
    Policy

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