protection mainstreaming toolkit - Global Protection Cluster

In 2016, the Protection Cluster (together with the three sub-clusters GBV, Child Protection and Mine Action) prepared quarterly Protection Trends Report in South Sudan. The reports provided a comprehensive overview of the protection context and trends with data and analysis on key protection risks faced by civilians.
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PROTECTION MAINSTREAMING TOOLKIT FIELD TESTING VERSION

Global Protection Cluster – Task Team on Protection Mainstreaming The Global Protection Cluster (GPC) Task Team on Protection Mainstreaming (TTPM) is the global level forum for coordination on protection in humanitarian settings. The TTPM, within the GPC, brings together UN agencies, NGOs and other actors under a shared objective of promoting and supporting the mainstreaming of protection throughout humanitarian action. Guidance and tools is available on the Protection Mainstreaming Page of the GPC Website: available here.

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FOREWORD.............................................................................................................................................................................................4 AKNOWLEDGEMENTS........................................................................................................................................................................5 PROTECTION MAINSTREAMING AND THE IASC POLICY ON PROTECTION IN HUMANITARIAN ACTION.......................................................................................................................6 PROTECTION MAINSTREAMING AND THE CHS......................................................................................................................7 PROTECTION MAINSTREAMING AND CROSS-CUTTING REQUIREMENTS..................................................................8 SUMMARY................................................................................................................................................................................................9 ACRONYMS.............................................................................................................................................................................................9 INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................................................................. 10 What is protection mainstreaming?.................................................................................................................................................10 Who is responsible for protection mainstreaming?...................................................................................................................11 CHAPTER 1: COORDINATION STRUCTURES AND DONORS............................................................................................ 12 Field Protection Clusters......................................................................................................................................................................13 All Clusters..................................................................................................................................................................................................16 Inter-Cluster Coordination Groups (ICCG)...................................................................................................................................18 Humanitarian Coordinators & Humanitarian Country Teams (HCT).................................................................................21 Country-Based Pooled Funds (CBPF)..............................................................................................................................................23 Donors..........................................................................................................................................................................................................25 CHAPTER 2: OPERATIONAL ORGANISATIONS (UN, INGO, NNGO)............................................................................... 27 STEP 1 – Needs Assessment & Risk Analysis................................................................................................................................28 STEP 2 – Project Design...............................................................