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02/06/2017
lisa monaghan

Protection of Civilian Sites. Lessons from South Sudan for future operations

Independent research publication commissioned by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) that examines the unique operational challenges and dilemmas associated with the POC site model, with the aim of  drawing out lessons from South Sudan to better inform future responses. 

The report advises how aid workers and peacekeepers can co-exist in a shared space; how rules should be set up to manage criminality and security issues in camps; to prevent the flow of arms into sites; and how to ensure families are eventually able to leave and return home.

 

Category: Legal, Protection and Coordination Tools

Sub-category: Displacement and Protection of Civilian Sites, United Nations, UNMISS and Peacekeeping