A Protection Analysis Updates tracking tool has been developed in order to better coordinate the progress of PAU development. As of January he GPC is currently in contact with 6 countries with plans to publish PAUs in Q1. A PowerBI dashboard of the tracker is finalized and can be found at this link.
The Information and Analysis Pillar of the GPC started supporting the Task Team on Law and Policy (TTLP) in the development of a Legal Aid Analytical Framework, part of a project on Legal Aid in Humanitarian Setting. The I&A team is currently guiding the consultant in the understanding of the Protection Analytical Framework to share lessons learned and ensure alignment with its core logic and accompanying tools.
Session 6 of the Sanremo Programme on Protection Coordination (SPCC) took place on 24 January 2022 in French. The session covered protection analysis and tools, including determining severity levels, identifying most affect populations, and utilizing protection risk analysis.
The Information and Analysis Pillar of the GPC is finalizing a set of regional protection analysis and information management trainings that will begin in March this year. The training will help build knowledge and skills in protection analysis for national and subnational coordinators and IMOs through practical exercises and experience sharing.
Conflict Sensitivity Analysis
PAF indicators: The PAF indicators were reviewed to enable analysis of the context which aligns with conflict sensitivity. Sources for global conflict data, with specifics for Myanmar, oPT, Afghanistan, were published on the GPC website for key information sources. You can find the CS indicators aligned with PAF and JIAF indicators here.
Review of the PAU template: Recommendations were made on adjusting the Context section of the PAU template to allow for an analytical structure that includes specific information related to conflict analysis, such as types of conflicts, the actors and their objectives, and conflict drivers.
Conflict Data sources: In order to support the inclusion of conflict sensitivity analysis within the GPC and to support the national clusters, we are providing conflict data sources both quantitative and qualitative at global and country/regional level which provide essential information on various issues related to the different conflict contexts and their impact on the protection environment. The GPC is in contact with these sources, and we will incorporate their link in the GPC website
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