Minimum Standards Commitments to gender and diversity in emergency programming.

This guidance presents Red Cross Red Crescent staff and volunteers with a set of Minimum Standards Commitments to gender and diversity in emergency programming. They are designed to assist in analysts of and response to distinct needs of females and males of all ages and backgrounds. 

It introduces a four-point framework around which the Minimum Standard Commitments are arranged and then sets out Minimum Standard Commitments for seven sectors. The DAPS framework allows us to arrange practical standards under four headings of dignity, access, participation and safety.

 

IFRC, 2015

Online Report
http://www.ifrc.org/Global/Publications/Gender%20and%20Diversity/IFRC-%20Gender%20Diversity%20MSCs%20Emergency%20Programming-EN.pdf

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