GUIDANCE FROM INTER-AGENCY STANDING COMMITTEE
The policies, which have been endorsed by the IASC Working Group or IASC Principals take the shape of IASC guidelines, tools and documents and are used by humanitarian actors in field or policy work. Given the inclusive membership of the IASC, these products carry a very broad consensus within the humanitarian community and guide the work of many UN and Non-UN humanitarian partners in the areas such as Cluster Approach, Human Rights Protection and Protection in Natural Disasters, Internal Displacement, Gender-Based Violence, Information Management, Mental Health and Psycho-Social Support, Humanitarian Coordination, etc.
You can find more information about the IASC Guidelines on the IASC website.
AGE, GENDER, DIVERSITY
ACCOUNTABILY TO AFFECTED POPULATIONS
HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION
IASC PROTECTION PRIORITY AND GPC
IASC guidance on Strengthening Participation, Representation and Leadership of Local and National Actors in IASC Humanitarian Coordination Mechanisms