Webinar: Participation in Practice: Examples of inclusive action for a “Participation Revolution”

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Through the Grand Bargain, humanitarian organizations and donors have committed to change the way humanitarian action is carried out and create a “Participation Revolution.” But how does including the people and communities affected by humanitarian crises look in practice? How are organizations ensuring that the voices of the most vulnerable groups considering gender, age, ethnicity, language, and special needs are heard and acted upon? How are they designing program activities and budgets to support the changes that affected people demand?

During our webinar on 26 March, organized by PHAP and the Steering Committee for Humanitarian Response, we took stock of the progress to date on workstream six of the Grand Bargain and heard success stories from the field that can help agencies achieve a sustained change in how they design and deliver their programs.

Target audience and event access

All humanitarian practitioners, particularly NGO and UN frontline staff involved in the development and delivery of programs.

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Speakers

Nanette Antequisa Nanette Antequisa Ecosystems Work for Essential Benefits Inc. (ECOWEB - Philippines) Executive Director; National Anti-Poverty Commission Victims of Disaster and Calamities (NAPC-VDC) Sectoral Representative; Community-led Emergency Action Response Network Co-Convenor; Alliance for Empowering Partnership (A4EP) International Coordinating Committee Chair
Mai Jarrar Mai Jarrar Director of the Women's Development Programme, East Jerusalem YMCA
Seda Kuzucu Seda Kuzucu Senior Protection Coordinator, Kakuma, UNHCR
Charlotte Lancaster Charlotte Lancaster Global Accountability to Affected Populations (AAP) Advisor, World Food Programme (WFP)
Meg Sattler Meg Sattler Senior Programme Manager, Ground Truth Solutions

Co-facilitators

Angharad Laing Angharad Laing Executive Director, PHAP
Gareth Price-Jones Gareth Price-Jones Executive Secretary, Steering Committee for Humanitarian Response (SCHR)
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