Annex 4 – 30/11/2005 GLOBAL PROTECTION RESPONSE CAPACITY AGENCY NUMBER OF AV. TIME FOR / OPERATIONAL SUPPORT OPERATIONAL TOOLS AND TRAINING SUPPORT 4 OVERSIGHT TOOLS EXPERIENCED IDP LENGTH OF FOR PROTECTION STAFF GUIDELINES3 (INCL. EVAL & INSPEC PROTECTION STAFF DEPLOYMENT (INTERPRETERS, IT, CAPACITY) 5 AVAILABLE FOR (FOR 1 & 2) LOGISTICS, ADMIN)2 DEPLOYMENT 1 UNHCR 1. Experienced senior 1. 72 hours Receiving and country Statute of the Office – GA Res. No specific IDP training . UNHCR’s Evaluation and staff with a protection offices provide the 428(V) of 14 December 1950 (Art 9) It is however provided in Capacity Unit (EPAU) profile (including 2. The necessary administrative the context of broad assesses UNHCR policies, community services identification of and logistical support. IOM/FOM/33/93 –UNHCR role with protection training. programmes, projects and staff) listed on the candidates and IDPs practices. emergency roster. the deployment processing takes IOM/FOM/87/97 UNHCR role with Inspector General’s Office an average of 30 IDPs (IGO) provides days. UNHCRs role - 6 March 2000 comprehensive 2. Protection Surge assessments of the Capacity roster and 3. 72 hours IOM/FOM/77/2001 – Operational management of UNHCR other standby Guidelines for UNHCRs Involvement operations and review of arrangements. with IDPs the impact in given IOM/FOM 046-47/2004 Involvement countries and regions. 3. Five Senior with IDP Situations: A Process for Registration Officers (4 Decision-Making based in Africa). The UNHCR Tool for Participatory Assessment in Operations Several pertinent GA resolutions and EXCOM Conclusions. Registration Handbook 2003 (under review) WFP N/A - WFP targets N/A. As WFP is Country Offices and Policies: Humanitarian Principles N/A Senior Operational Adviser IDPs on the basis of not a protection- Regional Offices have (http://docustore.wfp.org/stellent/grou on Refugees and IDP food needs rather than mandated necessary staff support ps/public/documents/eb/wfp030144.p Programming. displacement status; as agency, it does based in main and some df) such, there are no not have posts larger field offices. These Regular assessments of specific staff for issues related can be augmented if WFP IDP Review WFP programmes are of IDP protection. specifically to necessary in (http://docustore.wfp.org/stellent/grou used to adjust food rations, protection issues emergencies through ps/public/documents/other/wfp00257 improve targeting and or targeting stand-by agreements or 4.pdf) reduce risk of dependency specific (limited) advance funding of IDPs. Regular Support for IASC IDP policy monitoring of population 1 Indicate the number/function/area of expertise of experienced protection staff immediately deployable for emergencies. 2 Indicate what operational support might be available for emergency deployment in addition to protection staff. 3 List existing policy/operational guidelines developed by your agency in the area of protection of IDPs and affected populations (incl. inter-agency policies). 4 Indicate the nature/type of internal IDP-specific protection training support. Also indicate what external specific training support your agency may offer. 5 Indicate internal available inspection, evaluation, investigation, audit capacity of your agency and what it may offer externally in the area of IDP protection. Annex 4 – 30/11/2005 GLOBAL PROTECTION RESPONSE CAPACITY vulnerable mechanisms. (http://docustore.wfp.org/stellent/grou movements, location groups. ps/public/documents/other/wfp00257 changes of IDPs, 5.pdf); conditions affecting access to vulnerable groups, Guidelines: WFP Framework for security situation in place Action: Reaching People in Situations of origin and factors of Displacement influencing a quick and (http://docustore.wfp.org/stellent/grou viable return. ps/public/documents/eb/wfp004639.p df) UNICEF No distinction made 1. 72 hours, At the onset of an 1. Policies (all populations in No specific IDP training. between IDP and other depending on emergency, existing emergencies, including IDPs): Specific protection populations in need of location and visa Country Office resources training in emergencies: protection. requirements are re-deployed to the a) UNICEF’s Core Commitments to emergency area. Children (CCC) in Emergencies, 1. UNICEF 5- day training Existing Country Office Emergency section for UNICEF and partners staff can be re-deployed b) UNICEF Medium-Term Strategic - Target: programme 2. 30 days (EMOPS) also has Priorities (MTSP) and supported with HQ logistician available to be design for survivors of staff deployment at fielded at onset of 2. Key Guidelines: rape: “Caring For Us” (on onset of emergency to emergency. legal, psychosocial and provide initial HQ Inter-Agency Guiding Principles on medical support). support in policy Unaccompanied and Separated development, Children 2. UNICEF 2-day programme planning Training on humanitarian IASC Guidelines on GBV in code of conduct for and coordination in four Emergencies child protection prevention and response emergency priority IASC Guidelines on HIV in to GBV and Exploitation - areas: Emergencies Target: establishing referral and complaints a)Separated and Interagency DDR System-Children mechanisms to prevent unaccompanied and DDR module (2005) and respond to abuses children by humanitarian workers. The Lost Ones: Emergency Care and b) GBV and HIV/Aids in Family Tracing for Children from Birth 3. UNICEF: 3 day training emergencies to 5 years (2005); on Emergency Preparedness and c) Children associated UNICEF Emergency Field Handbook Response - Target: with armed forces and CD ROM (2005) UNICEF Staff (possible to d) Psychosocial Ethical Approaches to Gathering extend partners). support. Information from Children and 4. Interagency: Alliance Adolescents in International Settings EMOPS also has for the Rights of the (2005) protection focused staff Child –Critical issues and who are fielded at the Technical Notes: Special Foundations. (Save onset of an emergency. Considerations for Progamming in alliance, UNHCR and Unstable Situations (2001) UNICEF). OCHA-IDD PROCAP 5-15 working Responsibility of the IASC Policy Package on Internal Inter-agency training for Review missions by IDD’s days. receiving agencies. Displacement (to be revised). PROCAP staff, including Protection and Policy Annex 4 – 30/11/2005 GLOBAL PROTECTION RESPONSE CAPACITY on protection monitoring Section. and reporting and institutional set-up. PROCAP Steering Committee Annex 4 – 30/11/2005 GLOBAL PROTECTION RESPONSE CAPACITY Have a number of Very limited Where protection staff 1) Policies: 1) Internal Training Human Rights Monitoring: OHCHR experienced staff with number of staff are deployed to countries OHCHR’s Mandate Support: mechanism for legal and human rights available for with OHCHR field GA Resolution 48/141 of 20 Training Manual on investigation of human protection backgrounds deployment within presences, these December 1993. Human Rights rights violations and the deployable for 5-10 days notice. resources are available. Monitoring, contains a assessment of the overall emergencies. The OHCHR Plan of Action: chapter on IDPs (Ch. human rights situation in a Identification of Protection and Empowerment, May 4K2). (This is an given location. Wherever Staff rosters are larger numbers of OHCHR has very limited 2005. operational methodology OHCHR is deployed / has currently being deployable staff IT, admin and logistics manual as well as a field offices, human rights reviewed and updated currently takes capacity to provide to training tool.) monitoring is implemented. protection staff in other Mandate of the RSG on the human to increase this number. 30-90 days. rights of IDPs Resolution 2004/55 of locations. Training Module on IDPs Policy, Planning, the Commission on Human Rights establishing for Peacekeepers. Monitoring and Evaluation Rapid Response Rapid Response Unit (PPMEU) within Capacity is currently Capacity is NRC / OHCHR OHCHR is currently under being developed in currently being The Guiding Principles on Internal IASC Training Modules development. Will provide order to deploy staff developed in Displacement on Internally Displaced support at headquarters to more swiftly. order to deploy (E/CN.4/1998/53/Add.2) Persons field presences engaging staff more swiftly. (5 modules are available in human rights monitoring. Annotations to the Guiding Principles on-line on Internal Displacement, authored http://www.idpproject.org/ RSG on Internally by Walter Kälin, the RSG on training.htm) Displaced Persons, Walter Internally Displaced Persons. These Kälin, appointed at the indicate the legal sources that provide 2) External Training request of the Commission the basis for the Guiding Principles. Support: on Human Rights, to Human Rights in the address the human rights Security Council (SC) resolutions on Administration of Justice: issues of IDPs. Mandate of the protection of civilians A Manual on Human the RSG on IDPs: S/1999/1265 and S/2000/1296. Rights for Judges, http://www.ohchr.org/englis Prosecutors and h/issues/idp/index.htm SC resolution on women, peace and Lawyers.* security SC/2000/1325 Special procedures: Human Rights and Law mechanisms (special Enforcement: A Manual rapporteurs (SR), SC resolutions on Children and on Human Rights independent experts (IE), Armed Conflict – 2/1999/1265; Training for the Police.* and working groups (WG)) S/2000/1296; S/2001/1379; established by the S/2005/1621 Training Package on Commission on Human Human Rights for Prison Rights to address either SC resolutions and SG instructions Officials.* specific country situations for the prevention of Sexual or thematic issues. (List of Exploitation and Abuse – country situations: Training Module: The http://www.ohchr.org/englis ST/SGB/2003/13; S/PRST/2002/6; rights of refugees and h/bodies/chr/special/countri S/2003/1460; S/2005/1621 IDPs (tailored towards es.htm; civil society). List of thematic issues: Annex 4 – 30/11/2005 GLOBAL PROTECTION RESPONSE CAPACITY 2) Operational Guidelines: http://www.ohchr.org/englis Training Manual on Human Rights h/bodies/chr/special/theme Monitoring, contains a chapter on s.htm). IDPs (Ch. 4K2). (*This is an Examples include: operational methodology manual as - SR on torture well as a training tool.) - SR on Women - IE on Human Rights & Handbook for Applying the Guiding Extreme Poverty Principles on Internal Displacement - SR on Sudan (http://www.brookings.edu/dybdocroot /fp/projects/idp/resources/HEnglish.p - SR on the DRC df) IASC Working Group- Manual on Field Practice in Internal Displacement IASC – Growing the Sheltering Tree: Protecting Rights Through Humanitarian Action UN- Experienced senior 1. 72 hours Provided by UN- 1. United Nations Habitat Agenda. Training strategies and HABITAT agency staff in the area depending on HABITAT regional tools for property of housing, land and visa requirements offices, agreements with 2. The Pinheiro Principles - UN restitution instruments. property issues and and location. UNDP country offices Principles on Housing and Property rights. and existing UN- Restitution for Refugees and Series of handbooks on 2. From 2-4 HABITAT field project Displaced Persons. land administration and (Housing, land and weeks depending managers. land tenure. tenure experts and on type of 3. Governing Council of the United disaster management expertise needed. Note: UN-HABITAT is Nations Human Settlements Global experts network experts) planning to deploy Programme: Resolution on Post- on land tenure. permanent representation Conflict, Natural and Human-Made in select IDD priority Assessment and Reconstruction. countries. 4. OIOS Report Recommendations 2005. Existing Country Office 1. Existing UNFPA core commitment to ICPD 1. UNFPA training on UNFPA Division of UNFPA Existing Country offices staff can be deployed Country office program of Action Reproductive Health that Oversight Services and supported with staff can be have necessary staff include Gender based conduct regular evaluation regional and HQ staff deployed within support, in an emergency UNFPA core commitment to address violence in emergencies and audit services deployment at the onset the 48 hours to 72 we provide seed money the reproductive health needs and regularly assess the of emergency to provide hours for our country offices to protection of the rights of women and 2. UNFPA: 5 days operation – CO and HQ initial HQ support in hire additional staff and girls in emergency setting to such training on Emergency units and divisions policy development, 2. Limited can augment additional services Preparedness and program planning, number of staff staff from neighboring Response targeting – coordination in from the regional countries from the same SC resolution on women, peace and UNFPA staff and Regular assessment, protection priorities of offices or HQ region to provide security SC/2000/1325 counterpart monitoring and follow-up UNFPA in emergencies within 72 hours, additional administrative from Humanitarian Annex 4 – 30/11/2005 GLOBAL PROTECTION RESPONSE CAPACITY such as gender based depending on and logistical capacity SC resolution 1308/2000 on response unit at HQ to CO violence, reproductive location and visa HIV/AIDS and peacekeeping Training on clinical in crisis situation health, HIV/AIDS, requirements missions management of rape women needs in DDR survival and Psychosocial The guiding principles on Internal support Identification of displacement larger numbers of Have a number of deployable staff SC resolutions and SC instructions experienced staff with currently takes for the prevention of sexual human rights protection, between 3 weeks exploitation and Abuse gender and to six weeks reproductive health, An interagency field manual on backgrounds Reproductive Health in refugee deployable for situations emergencies at the regional and global level IASC Guidelines on GBV in Staff rosters are being Emergencies reviewed and updated to increase this number IASC Guidelines on HIV/AIDS in Emergencies Interagency DDR manual 2005 Annex 4 – 30/11/2005 GLOBAL PROTECTION RESPONSE CAPACITY Standby Arrangements In addition to the capacity existing among UN agencies, additional protection personnel exist through NGO standby partners, specifically: AustCare 19 Danish Refugee Council 36 Norwegian Refugee Council 20 Save the Children (Norway) 30 TOTAL 110 It should be noted that the numbers given reflect the roster profiles and not necessarily current availability since this changes regularly. During 2006 standby partners will by revising their rosters in order to bring great clarity in terms of their actual versus potential roster capacity.