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Amnesty International NGOGlobal

Amnesty International will work to ensure that border control measures do not compromise people's fundamental rights, including the right to seek and enjoy asylum, and push for stronger access to support and protection for refugees, asylum seekers and people displaced by conflict.

  • Commitment type
    Advocacy

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia announced its intention to join the GAHI and commit $450,000 to the initiative over three years to 2019.

  • Commitment type
    Contribution

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to the 'Political Communiqué for the World Humanitarian Summit'.

  • Commitment type
    Policy

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Along with our MIKTA colleagues - Mexico, Indonesia, the Republic of Korea and Turkey - Australia commits to a program of action and advocacy to support accelerated implementation of the Sendai Framework within its regions.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

As a founding member of the Call to Action, Australia reaffirms its commitment to the Call to Action and its 'Roadmap' for implementation.

  • Commitment type
    Policy

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia acknowledges the global public good provided by countries and communities which are hosting large numbers of refugees, and commits to providing host countries and communities increased financial, political and policy support with refugees and/ or IDPs.

  • Commitment type
    Financial

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commit to apply a gender marker to all humanitarian funding providing by the Australian Government - to ensure gender issues are considered at all stages of the program cycle.

  • Commitment type
    Policy

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to a new approach to addressing forced displacement that not only meets immediate humanitarian needs but reduces vulnerability and improves the resilience and self-reliance of refugees and IDPs. It commit to implementing this new approach through international and national programmes, and by taking the necessary political, policy, legal and financial steps required for the specific context.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to a new way of working that meets people's immediate humanitarian needs, while at the same time reducing risk and vulnerability over multiple years through the achievement of collective outcomes.

  • Commitment type
    Policy

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to accelerate the reduction of disaster and climate-related risks through the coherent implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, as well as other relevant strategies and programs of action, including the SIDS Accelerated Modalities of Action (SAMOA) Pathway.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to act early upon potential conflict situations based on early warning findings and shared conflict analysis, in accordance with international law.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to actively work to uphold the institution of asylum and the principle of non-refoulement. It commits to strengthen and implement national, regional and international laws and policy frameworks that strengthen the protection of refugees and IDPs, such as the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees, the AU Convention for the Protection and Assistance of Internally Displaced Persons in Africa (Kampala convention) or the Guiding Principles on...

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to address root causes of conflict and work to reduce fragility by investing in the development of inclusive, peaceful societies.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to broaden and adapt the global instruments and approaches to meet urgent needs, reduce risk and vulnerability and increase resilience, without adverse impact on humanitarian principles and overall action.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to collectively work towards a strengthened international framework for predictable and equitable responsibility sharing in response to large-scale movements of refugees.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to deliver predictable and flexible urgent and life-saving assistance and protection in accordance with humanitarian principles.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to empower national and local humanitarian action by increasing the share of financing accessible to local and national humanitarian actors and supporting the enhancement of their national delivery systems, capacities and preparedness planning.

  • Commitment type
    Financial

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to empower women and girls as change agents and leaders, including by increasing support for local women-led groups to participate meaningfully in humanitarian action.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to enable coherent financing that avoids fragmentation by supporting collective outcomes over multiple years, supporting those with demonstrated comparative advantage to deliver in context.

  • Commitment type
    Financial

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to ensure all populations in need receive rapid and unimpeded humanitarian assistance.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to ensure regional and global humanitarian assistance for disasters complements national and local efforts.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights as agreed in accordance with the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development and the Beijing Platform for Action and the Outcome documents of their review conferences for all women and adolescent girls in crisis settings.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to implement a coordinated global approach to prevent and respond to gender-based violence in crisis contexts, including through the Call to Action on Protection from Gender-based Violence in Emergencies.

  • Commitment type
    Partnership

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to improve prevention and peaceful resolution capacities at the national, regional and international level improving the ability to work on multiple crises simultaneously.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to improve the understanding, anticipation and preparedness for disaster and climate-related risks by investing in data, analysis and early warning, and developing evidence-based decision-making processes that result in early action.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to increase investment in building community resilience as a critical first line of response, with the full and effective participation of women.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to increase substantially and diversify global support and share of resources for humanitarian assistance aimed to address the differentiated needs of populations affected by humanitarian crises in fragile situations and complex emergencies, including increasing cash-based programming in situations where relevant.

  • Commitment type
    Financial

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to invest in risk analysis and to incentivize early action in order to minimize the impact and frequency of known risks and hazards on people.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to invest in risk management, preparedness and crisis prevention capacity to build the resilience of vulnerable and affected people.

  • Commitment type
    Operational

Australia Member StateAsia-Pacific

Australia commits to make successful conflict prevention visible by capturing, consolidating and sharing good practices and lessons learnt.

  • Commitment type
    Policy

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