New Learning Brief on Gender and GBV Risk Mitigation

The GEC has launched a new Learning Brief: Good Practices on Gender & Gender-Based Violence Risk Mitigation Integration by Education Clusters.

It highlights 20 good practices on Gender and GBV Risk Mitigation integration by Education Clusters throughout the Humanitarian Programme Cycle, featuring three associated country case studies - Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of Congo and Nigeria. The Learning Brief highlights initiatives led by Education Clusters or conducted through intersectoral collaboration with the Gender-Based Violence Area of Responsibility and the Gender in Humanitarian Action Working group. It provides tips on how to capitalise on enabling factors, bridge gaps, overcome challenges and adapt good practices to other contexts in collaboration with Gender and GBV experts. This work contributes to operationalising the GEC's commitment to generating evidence and supporting the scale-up of Gender and GBV RM integration by Education Cluster coordination teams and members. 

This Learning Brief was developed by the Global Education Cluster with technical support from ECW, INEE, GBV AoR, UNICEF and UNKEA (South Sudan Education Cluster Co-Coordinating NNGO) and with additional support under the GEC-NORCAP partnership. The development of this Learning Brief and of the three Country Case Studies was made possible through the ECW-GEC partnership under the ECW Acceleration Facility (AF) funding window.

Banner photo: ©UNICEF/UN0626023/Pouget


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