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Zamboanga Learning Review on Post-Conflict Community Engagement
About this resource
|Resource type:||After action & learning reviews|
|Keywords:||Accountability, Accountability and Participation, Communications, media & information, Feedback mechanisms, Internal Displacement, Participation, Refugees/IDPs|
|Agency:||ACF - Action Against Hunger, IOM - International Organization for Migration, UN OCHA - Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, UNFPA - United Nations Population Fund|
|Date published:||January 2016|
The Learning Review: Zamboanga Post-Conflict Community Engagement has been conceived to capture the learning on humanitarian communication for developing clearer goals and more effective strategies appropriate to an armed-conflict setting. The review will also help strengthen the existing Communication Core Group in Cotabato City, Central Mindanao.
Its general objectives are (1) to ensure that learning related to communication, information correlated with IDPs, accountability of humanitarian actors and government, and community participation in the Zamboanga Siege response is captured and documented, and (2) to bring key actors (at the national and local levels) together to reflect on their experiences toward developing goals and strategies for future emergency response in an armed-conflict situation.
Specific objectives are (1) to document and synthesize experiences and feedback of community members and humanitarian workers in terms of access to information and opportunity for dialogue, and (2) to identify and examine good practices, challenges, and value-added features in communication, accountability, and community participation work at the field and national levels.