For a list of relevant guidance documents, please refer to the mapping conducted by UN Action
Drivers of Violence Against Adolescents in Myanmar: Visualized Findings from Adolescent Consultations in Kachin and Rakhine States, UNICEF, UNFPA, IOM, UNA059 Myanmar (2019)
This report explores social norms and drivers of violence against children with the specific goal of (re) designing prevention interventions.
Best practices in planning for peace: Case study and toolkit on the process of developing a National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security in Jordan, UN Women, UNICEF, UNA042, Jordan (2019)
This toolkit documents the process of designing and adopting the Jordanian National Action Plan (JONAP) as a best practice and case study that could guide other countries preparing national action plans.
Training Guidebook for Civil Society Organizations in Iraq on transitional justice and reparations, IOM OSRSG-SVC UNAMI, UNA057, Iraq (2019)
The guidebook provides central information on transitional justice issues, with a particular focus on reparations and the role of civil society. Case studies from Iraq and other countries that experienced transition are included to provide a comparative analysis of different approaches in various contexts.
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.
Analysis of the legal framework governing civil documentation in Iraq UNICEF UNAMI, UNA053, Iraq (2019)
This analysis provides an overview of the current issues governing civil documentation and registration effecting women and children who are victims of CRSV and violence in general in Iraq. It conducts a comprehensive review of legislation, rules, policies, action plans, procedures relevant to survivors of CRSV; and examines gaps in legislation.
Children Born of Rape & Children Born to ISIS Fathers: Situation analysis, UNICEF UNAMI, UNA053, Iraq (2019)
This study intends to improve knowledge base on factors affecting the fundamental rights of children born of rape and to people perceived of ISIL affiliations because of conflict. It identifies major gaps in existing interventions and informs actions to be taken to protect this group of children.
Gender related laws, policies and practices in Lebanon, UNFPA UNDP, UNA047 Lebanon (2017)
This report addresses the laws, policies and practices relating to gender justice and equality in Lebanon. The purpose is to discuss and analyse the most prominent loopholes and gaps, in addition to providing concrete recommendations to the policymakers and the various actors who are concerned to promote the gender-based justice and equality in Lebanon.
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.
Desk Review and Analysis of guidance, tools and practices related to the Engagement of Men and Boys against Violence Against Women and Girl, UNFPA UNDP, UNA047 Lebanon (2017)
The desk review exposes the current status of intervention engaging men and boys with the aim to end VAWG in Lebanon, in the frame of the SGBV Task Force (TF) and provide operational recommendations to the TF on possible ways forward.