For a list of relevant guidance documents, please refer to the mapping conducted by UN Action
Guidance for the provision of legal support to victims of gender-based violence, UNICEF UNFPA UNHCR, UNA050, Jordan (2019)
This guidance seeks to provide legal service providers involved in humanitarian assistance and their organisations with practical information on the Jordanian legal framework pertaining to GBV and key skills to apply a survivor-centered approach in their daily work.
Guidance on Emotional Support Groups (ESGs) with women and girls at risk and survivors of GBV, UNFPA UNDP, UNA047 Lebanon (2017)
This document guides service providers on the best practices when facilitating ESGs.
Guidance Note 2: Engaging men and boys at the community level to prevent and mitigate risks that women and girls face, UNFPA UNDP, UNA047 Lebanon (2017)
This guidance note aims at summarizing the steps to engage men and boys in SGBV prevention programs to prevent and mitigate SGBV risks that women and girls face at the community level. It focuses on general engagement (men and boys without specific profiles) and relies on the most commonly used approaches to engage men and boys at the community level: community mobilization, group education and peer-to-peer that target male adults and male youth in the community, or fathers as part of parenting skills interventions.
Guidance Note 1: Engaging men and boys: definition and approaches, UNFPA UNDP, UNA047 Lebanon (2017)
This guidance note aims at providing: a definition of what engaging men and boys to prevent SGBV is; the men and boys engagement currently implemented in Lebanon; the type of intervention commonly used to engage men and boys.
Strengthening the medico-legal response to sexual violence in conflict, WHO UNODC, UNA028 (2015)
This toolkit is practitioner-focused and sheds light on what medico-legal evidence should be collected to support national and international criminal justice processes.
Guidance note of the United Nations Secretary-General: Reparations for conflict-related sexual violence, UNIFEM OHCHR, UNA033 (2012)
This note aims to provide policy and operational guidance for the UN’s engagement on reparations for victims of CRSV, including advocacy, supporting the design, implementation and M&E of reparation programmes and initiatives.
Provisional Guidance Note on the Intersections Between Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Arrangements (MARA) & The Gender-Based Violence Information Management System (GBVIMS), UNFPA UNHCR UNICEF WHO, UNA022 (2012)
This guidance note explains what the MARA and the GBVIMS are, how they work; and outlined guiding principles and recommendations on if, how and when data from the GBVIMS could contribute to data collection on CRSV.
How Does GBVIMS Data Work with Other Types of GBV Data, UNFPA UNICEF UNHCR WHO, UNA022 (2012)
This note explains how reliable data, ethically obtained, from various sources can be combined to inform the development of sound policies and appropriate programming for women and girls.
GBVIMS Do’s and Don’ts, UNFPA UNICEF UNHCR WHO, UNA022 (2012)
This guidance note is meant to provide constructive direction for users of the GBVIMS to identify good practices and then work to replicate them.