Risk, Crisis and Disaster Management
Say my Name Right is a shareable resource developed by Dr Hannah Deakin-Smith and Dr Jane Pilcher of Nottingham Trent University. It draws on findings from the Say My Name research project funded by the British Academy which explored the impact on students of staff avoiding saying their name or mispronouncing it. It emphasizes how important it is for staff to learn how to […]
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Age Gender Diversity Matrix Tool – A Framework for an Inclusive World (agd-matrix-tool.com) Developed by Associate Professor Eileen Pittaway and Dr Linda Bartolomei, University of New South Wales.The tool is designed to provide a framework for humanitarian workers and aid agencies to develop policies that are intersectional in terms of inclusivity by categories such as […]
Yemen Truce Monitor – ACLED (acleddata.com) Updated every Tuesday, this site tracks violations of the truce in Yemen which was agreed in April 2022. The site’s data are collected in partnership with the Yemen Data Project, which is tracking air raids during the truce. Subscribe for their weekly updates.
Peacebuilding Funding Dashboard, which was initially proposed in the Secretary-General’s report on Peacebuilding and Sustaining Peace (A/72/707-S/2018/43). The dashboard contains data from over 900 projects, supported by UN peacebuilding initiatives since 2015. It can be filtered by year, region and subject and provides information on levels of investment. There isalso a visualisation of percentages spent […]
Launched by UN Women in partnership with the Australian Government this new site aims to spotlight research and resources relating to gender-responsive disaster risk reduction and resilience. It includes sections with women’s voices, policy document trackers and regional resources. The WRD Library provides access to over 1,400 key resources (from PreventionWeb, UN Women and other sources) […]
2021 Highlights of Security Council Practices The Security Council branch at the Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs have issued their online 2021 Highlights of Security Council Practices. It holds data on the number of meetings including numbers switched online, meeting attendees by gender and themes and content of meetings.
ACLED (The Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project) has now released all political violence and protest data for 2021. You can now access an annual update covering more than 266,000 events around the world. It includes extensive coverage of the impact of COVID on violent uprising and state repression across the world. Register for […]
Ocha-coordinated review which examines global and regional trends highlighting achievements and priorities for the coming year. This includes overviews of threats such as Covid, displacement and conflict. Future needs are considered.
Education4Resilience – online platformSite created by UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP-UNESCO), in partnership with the Education Above All (EAA). It aims to provide free access to a searchable databases of resources, guidelines, and tools to help policy makers and teachers use education as a tool to build resilience including in post-conflict situations and during lockdowns. […]
This new data site is a direct outcome of the Secretary General’s Data Strategy, which calls for ensuring everyone, everywhere can discover, access, integrate and share the data they need. It comprises a catalogue of datasets that can be browsed or searched by theme. Note: some are not available to the public. Themes include mediation, gender […]