A Collective Approach to Accountability to Affected People? Moving beyond listening, together


Webinar: Most humanitarian organisations have their own Accountability to Affected People (AAP) systems focused on those who benefit from their activities. Yet, collective AAP approaches that cover the entire humanitarian response are relatively new.

A Collective Approach to Accountability to Affected People? Moving beyond listening, together
March 10, 2017 Accountability

Collective approaches seek to bring together the views, feedback and complaints of affected people across the totality of a response. They generate analysis which is essential for strengthening the quality, targeting and timeliness of operations, and for guiding the strategic direction of Humanitarian Country Teams.

Different mechanisms being tried include joint call centres and radio programmes, as well as integrating AAP across the programme cycle and within pooled funding mechanisms. This webinar will draw on experience from the Humanitarian Coordinator in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the example of the IDP centre in Iraq.

In this webinar, the speakers:  

Date: 8 March 2017

Panellists:

Mamadou Diallo
Mamadou Diallo currently serves as the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary General (DSRSG) for the UN’s Stabilisation Mission in DR Congo (MONUSCO) and is the Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator (RC/HC) to DRC. Before this, he was the Regional Director for West and Central Africa with UNAIDS. 

Charlotte Lancaster
Charlotte Lancaster is a Project Manager at the Iraq IDP Information Centre. She has also worked with the UN, NGOs, and the private sector in Cambodia, Lebanon, Myanmar and Tanzania.

A summary of the webinar will soon be published on this page.

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