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How can we better involve national actors in humanitarian coordination?

Coordination Workshop Briefing Paper

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This briefing paper is part of an ongoing research initiative on humanitarian coordination.

It outlines key issues and questions related to the participation of national actors in humanitarian coordination, one of the four themes that will be discussed at ALNAP’s meeting ‘Working Together to Improve Humanitarian Coordination’ in London on 30 June to 1 July 2016. In particular, it will concentrate on national participation within the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) coordination mechanism (Clusters, inter-Cluster and humanitarian country teams, or HCTs).

Alongside this paper, ALNAP has also produced additional materials for background context: a video (see below) and a recording of a webinar on the same topic, which can be accessed at www.alnap.org/coordmeeting.

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Resource type:Conference, training & meeting documents
Language:English
Keywords:Capacity development, Cluster coordination, Coordination, Government, Local capacity, National, National & regional actors, National Disaster Management Authority, Networks, NGOs
Agency:ALNAP
Author(s):Campbell, L. & Knox Clarke, P.
Date published:June 2016
Pages:20pp

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