Upcoming Events
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  Zoom - Central European Standard Time(GMT+1)(Geneva),

This session will orient participants in the overall event, explaining what will happen, when and how.

Objectives

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:


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  Zoom - Central European Standard Time(GMT+1)(Geneva),

As the roles of humanitarian actors and local authorities continue to evolve, CCCM’s framework has always provided an adaptable division of responsibilities to be applied based on the capacities of stakeholders in different settings. In this session we will examine, does the CCCM “flexible framework” go far enough, or is more work needed on localization including on preparedness actions, for CCCM to provide the necessary support required to adapt to the needs of governments, national NGOs and community structures?


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What came first: Participation or Accountability? The terms accountability and participation are often used interchangeably, but should they be? Where do community engagement, communicating with communities and inclusion come in?


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  Zoom - The session time is in Central European Standard Time(GMT+1)(Geneva),

Over the years, the roles in which CCCM and CCCM approaches can be applied in urban and out-of-camp settings have become increasingly prominent.


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  Zoom - The session time is in Central European Standard Time(GMT+1)(Geneva),

Without proper transition or exit plan, both camps and clusters can (and often do) continue to exist in limbo until the next crisis reoccurs in the same location and setting. Even when planning is carried out and invested in, challenges are inevitable when it comes to implementation.

This panel discussion asks: Do we, as humanitarian actors, startup system that is geared too heavily towards our own rulebook? Do we make it more difficult than it should be to handover to local actors? Is the “transition” environment the right time to ask these questions?


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  Zoom - The session time is in Central European Standard Time(GMT+1)(Geneva),

Can the physical/congestion challenges in displacement sites be overcome through social behavioural changes in preparedness and response to COVID-19? Today’s Q&A is with colleagues working in health, WASH, site planning and camp management. The session invites participants to reflect on lessons learned and best practices that are currently in place in displacement sites to minimize risks and mitigate community transmission of the pandemic.


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  Zoom - The session time is in Central European Standard Time(GMT+1)(Geneva),

Following the development, consultation and verification process carried out for the Minimum Standards in Camp Management over the last 3 years, this session will help participants not familiar with the document learn how to operationalize it in a different context and provide breakout sessions on specific actions to included it on other settings such as transit centers and out of camp operations.

By the end of this session, participants will have:


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  Zoom - The session time is in Central European Standard Time(GMT+1)(Geneva),

In this session, participants will be consulted on the design of the CCCM Cluster strategy. This will share progress to date and gain valuable and diverse inputs to shape the design going forward.

By the end of this session, participants will have:


Previous Events
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On 7 November at 2pm (CET), the Participation in Displacement Working Group of the Global Camp Coordination and Camp Management Cluster will be organizing a webinar titled ‘Women’s Roles in Coordination during Displacement’, based on research conducted by Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) in partnership with IOM.


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  Bluejeans

Dear All.

The next meeting for the CM Standards Working Group will be on Thursday, the 31st of October at 16h00 Geneva time. Please see the link below for the call in details.

The agenda for the meeting is as follows:


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  Global Online

The next call for the Capacity Building Working Group will be on Wednesday, 18th September 2019 at 14:00.

The agenda will be:


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  Global Remote

Dear WG members,

 

Hope you all have had a good summer holiday. Its been a while since our last meeting in June (find minutes on the cluster website https://cccmcluster.org/global) and Nikolas and I wanted to updated you on some good news.

 


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  Online

The next call for the Capacity Building working group will be on Thursday, the 22nd of August at 15:00. Please see details below for the call in.

 

The agenda will be:

1/ update on the CB LNA


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  Global Blue jeans

All materials form the webinar can be found here


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  Switzerland CICG, Geneva

Whether triggered by natural disasters or conflicts, emergencies can strike anytime and anywhere. They can rapidly force people to flee and leave them in need of protection and assistance. For those who had to leave their homes and have found themselves without the safeguard of their communities, social networks and/or of the rule of law, it becomes crucial to secure safe spaces adapted to the specific characteristics of the displacement and the needs of the communities and individuals affected.


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  Switzerland CICG, Geneva

The fifth Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Week (HNPW) will be held at the International Conference Centre (CICG) in Geneva, Switzerland from 4-8 February 2019.


The event will host the annual meetings and consultations of humanitarian Networks and Partnerships and bring together experts in crisis preparedness and response from a diversity of organizations and countries to identify solutions to common humanitarian challenges.


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  Switzerland WCC, Geneva
Agenda is being developed and the half-day meeting will be only for CCCM and CCCM-merged cluster coordinators.

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Covid


If you wish to advertise an event, please email globalsupport@cccmcluster.org.