For a list of relevant guidance documents, please refer to the mapping conducted by UN Action
Mozambique: UN Officials Alarmed at Escalating Violence against Civilians, Including Women and Children, Call to increase Protection and Assistance
Joint statement by the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict, Virginia Gamba, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict, Pramila Patten, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence against Children, Najat Maalla M’jid
Policy for United Nations Field Missions: Preventing and responding to ConflictRelated Sexual Violence
This policy translates SCRs on sexual violence in conflict into an operational framework and provides guidance on the overall roles and responsibilities of field missions on addressing CRSV, as well as of mission leadership, WPAs, and mission components. It has served to institutionalize prevention and response to CRSV in field missions. This document was created in collaboration with DPO, DPPA, OSRSG-SVC, OHCHR.
The Handbook for United Nations Field Missions on Preventing and Responding to Conflict-Related Sexual Violence
This Handbook is intended to serve as a practical guide to support the implementation of the CRSV mandate by United Nations Field Missions, including Peacekeeping Operations and Special Political Missions. It serves both as guidance for civilian, military, and police personnel deployed to United Nations Field Missions and as a pre-deployment orientation tool for future Mission personnel. This was created in collaboration between DPO, DPPQ, OSRSG-SVC, and OHCHR
2011 Gender Marker in CAPs and Pooled Funds: Analysis of Results and Lessons Learned
The Gender Marker (GM) facilitates tracking gender allocations in humanitarian projects and nurtures gender equality results. It responds to UN Security Council, General Assembly, and humanitarian community demands for tracking allocations for gender and ensuring humanitarian action is equally meeting the distinct needs of female and male beneficiaries.
Mapping the Global Policy Landscape on Conflict Related Sexual Violence: Opportunities for UN Action Against Sexual Violence in Conflict
This booklet is a summary of the results of a mapping of the women peace and security (WPS) landscape, presented at the United Nations Action Against Sexual Violence in Conflict (UN Action) Technical Planning Workshop in February 2016.
14 Agencies Committed to Ending Sexual Violence in Conflict
This document highlights how UN Action Against Sexual violence in Conflict (UN Action) unites the work of 14 UN entities with the goal of ending sexual violence in conflict and post-conflict settings by improving coordination and accountability, amplifying programming and advocacy, and supporting national efforts to prevent sexual violence and respond effectively to the needs of survivors.