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Leave No One Behind: Building Strategies to Empower the Most At-Risk Internally Displaced - Shared screen with speaker view
Lea Hillebrand
45:22
Will the recording be made available? Thank you
Teresa Del Ministro
49:32
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Teresa Del Ministro
50:05
@Lea - yes the recording will be uploaded on the GP2.0 website
Teresa Del Ministro
50:37
https://www.gp2point0.org/events-and-meetings/
Lea Hillebrand
51:53
Thank you very much!
Gaby AMBO
55:14
Accept greetings from Finders Group Initiative (FGI)
Gaby AMBO
56:33
Here tepresented by Gaby AMBO
Teresa Del Ministro
56:40
Welcome Gaby - thanks for being with us today. A reminder to all participants : please do feel free to post questions on the chat box.
Gaby AMBO
57:27
Thank you dear Teresa
Michel Anglade
01:00:11
Really good to see inclusive access to quality education being highlighted as a key priority
Angelica Broman
01:04:09
Wondering if you are also including Menstrual Health products, for IDPs so that young girls can access education, Best regards Angelica Broman HDPN advisor IOM
Eduardo GR
01:04:28
Has U-Report been ever used for Early Childhood Development ECD issues?
Gaby AMBO
01:06:52
Is U-Report inclusive ?
Esther Marthaler
01:07:22
Who can use it? Does one need a License or can NGOs use it as well?
Angelica Broman
01:08:02
U report was used very efficiently in Zimbabwe for ECD issues as well as for SRHR and climate issues
Angelica Broman
01:08:36
It is open for everyone and often use WhatsApp to reach broadly, it is free of charge
Irem karakaya
01:08:39
After people express or report their problems, issues, how action is being taken?
Verena Knaus
01:09:11
If you are interested - you can check out this U-report powered report written with and about the incredible Talent of Youth on the Move https://www.unicef.org/media/103316/file/Talent%20on%20the%20Move.pdf
Fatma Said
01:09:45
Are there any refferals conducted, or a referral mechanism in place for issues that may come up?
Gaby AMBO
01:10:53
Thanks Alani for your report
Angelique Grondin
01:10:55
dear @Irem there is a dedicated platform within U-Report for case management and feedback mechanism
Angelique Grondin
01:11:46
Many countries have integrated child helplines, refugees helplines and other partners on U-Report to handle incoming requests and improve the referral mechanism
Angelique Grondin
01:13:46
dear @Ester it’s a UNICEF tool but can be used in partnership with NGOs, authorities, other agencies etc.
Angelica Broman
01:17:28
https://ureport.in/about/ the U report was developed by youth for youth and then UNICEF started to us it, but it is free for everyone and not a UNICEF exclusive tool. It was developed by Civil society and support civil society, so it is Open Sourced tool
Angelique Grondin
01:20:47
For particular activities on U-Report with IDP, migrants or refugees, you can have a look at the following countries: Uganda, Iraq, Uinendo Voces (Brazil, Venezuela, Ecuador, Colombia), Italy all available on www.ureport.in
Eduardo GR
01:25:03
It seems to me that the IDP least heard are the ones either too old or under 8. no?
Gaby AMBO
01:26:21
thanks Sidoine
Eduardo GR
01:27:35
Just calculated that 55 million IDPs that means 0.7% of the world population, is that correct?
Laura Healy
01:28:29
If you have questions for the panelists please feel free to use the Q&A or share them in the chat
Gaby AMBO
01:29:49
OK Laura
Verena Knaus
01:30:35
Dear Participants - please do share questions for our panelists in the chat also!
Vian Ahmed
01:31:11
It's 1.55 million IDPs in Iraq
Gaby AMBO
01:31:24
Question to the Minster
Gaby AMBO
01:32:11
How effective is the Kampala Convention that hinges on the Rights of Idps?
Mariela Guajardo
01:32:24
It would be great to hear how Uganda has integrated displaced people, including refugees, into government-led service delivery and the national development plan.
Gaby AMBO
01:33:30
How much advocacy is in place to vulgarise the Convention and ensure other nations live by it and why not the UN?
Verena Knaus
01:38:33
thank you all for your encouraging words for UNICEF - but just to note the important partnership and leadership of GP2.0 and all its partners, OCHA, and many others to bring us here together and keep us focused on IDP solutions
Marie-josée Kandanga
01:41:19
Just to raise your attention that most of the time in situation where the problem of child mariage is high, young women married too young are discriminated and left behind by humanitarian actors because they are married and aren't included in activities targeting youth and don't participate in activities of adult women.
Martina Caterina
01:44:00
There are a number of initiatives at the global, regional (AU-led) and country level to promote awareness raising and capacity building around the Kampala Convention to support its domestication and implementation including through IDP laws and policies; e.g. the Task Team on Law and Policy of the Global Protection Cluster works on this with governments, UN agencies and NGOs - see more info here: https://www.globalprotectioncluster.org/themes/law-and-policy-on-internal-displacement/
Abdoulie Janneh
01:45:12
What impact has the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing third wave impacted IDPs in The Gambia especially women and youth?
Teresa Del Ministro
01:47:01
Thanks @Martina, @Angelica and @Angelique for sharing these great resources!
Teresa Del Ministro
01:47:13
Please keep sharing (questions and resources)!
Amenan Tanou
01:56:53
concentrating on local government is good but what about corruption? how they will make sure the assistance reach those in need?
Anne Davies
02:00:57
I agree a lot can be done with and through local authorities - but don't we reach a limit when these same authorities need a green light from central authorities? And if the central authorities don't share the same priorities as the local ones, or if they don't agree and therefore don't provide central funds, what can you, as local authorities do?,
Gaby AMBO
02:01:11
I think the contribution from Lowe and Mugasa make much meaning with respect to ensuring local governance as against national governments
Gaby AMBO
02:01:52
That is basically where IDPs and concerns emanste
Corina Demottaz
02:02:04
Strong point and glad @Vian Ahmed emphasised this: that participation of youth and women has to start long before the implementation phase of a programme. It has to be from the moment a situation is being analysis and programme, strategy etc. designed.
Corina Demottaz
02:03:00
This also requires collaboration, incl. across different levels of govt (national - local) and bringing key actors together, alongside IDPs, around the table.
Gaby AMBO
02:03:09
The power of music and more financing to local level empowering women and youth and vulnerable communities as well. Also ensuring inclusion
Teresa Del Ministro
02:04:46
Thanks colleagues for your reflections on the linkages between Central and Local Governments - please do refer to the resources shared by @Martina Caterina - but also to the GP20 Compilation of National Practices where a number of examples show the important role played by national and local authorities in preventing addressing and resolving internal displacement https://www.globalprotectioncluster.org/2020/11/23/gp20-compilation-of-national-practices-to-prevent-address-and-find-durable-solutions-to-internal-displacement/
Gaby AMBO
02:05:46
Please share all with fgi.internationalbda@gmail.com
Gaby AMBO
02:06:32
fgi.internationalbda@gmail.com
Teresa Del Ministro
02:06:46
Also on IDP empowerment + agency in relation to accountability (from Government and International Community) please check the GP2.0 Spring Event https://www.globalprotectioncluster.org/wp-content/uploads/Concept-Note-Spring-Meeting_Shorter-version-for-initial-distribution_Web.pdf
Teresa Del Ministro
02:06:57
@Gaby - will do!!!!
Gaby AMBO
02:07:31
Thank you Teresa
Gay Rosenblum-Kumar
02:07:58
Dear Colleagues, How can IDPs be imparted with capacities to protect themselves? Are you familiar with unarmed civilian protection (UCP) which is undertaken in Iraq, Myanmar, South Sudan, now in Darfur and elsewhere. This methodology can be expanded to empower local communities.
Teresa Del Ministro
02:09:07
Dear @Gay Rosenblum we will get back to you on your query - please DM your details and we will do our best to give you feedback
Gaby AMBO
02:09:25
And can be extended to Cameroon NWSW given the current ongoing protracted armed conflict since 2016
Teresa Del Ministro
02:09:32
As Dr. Pauline Riak please DO NOT MISS this event - https://twitter.com/IDPs_Panel/status/1438412389762928649?s=20
Teresa Del Ministro
02:09:57
**As Dr. Pauline Riak mentioned, please DO NOT MISS this event - https://twitter.com/IDPs_Panel/status/1438412389762928649?s=20
Gaby AMBO
02:10:16
Will not Dr please ensure we be reminded as soon as date is close
Safiullah Amarkhail
02:10:16
Hi. there was good discussion about IDPs, however we should not forget the host communities while IDPs' reaching affect the quality of services providing in there.
Gaby AMBO
02:11:30
Thank you Sebasian
Safiullah Amarkhail
02:11:33
We should also come up with strategies to utilize the competencies of IDPs in their new place
Gaby AMBO
02:11:47
Thank you Sebastian
Teresa Del Ministro
02:11:49
Thanks all for attending!!!
Verena Knaus
02:11:49
thank you all !!
Wafaa Mohamed
02:11:50
Thank you so much Gp2.0
Abdallah Al-Laham
02:11:52
Thank you for an interesting topic
Benedetta Gualandi
02:11:56
thanks