A dialing down of the ‘participation revolution’ may be in the offing amid persistent concerns about the perceived dangers of being accountable to people hit by humanitarian crises in places that are politically and socially fragile.
More than 50,000 people remain stranded in refugee camps in Greece. Most are waiting to continue their journey further into Europe in search of better lives for their families.
When it comes to putting affected communities at the centre of humanitarian action, a challenge to any normative framework is ensuring compliance.
In his work with the IRC and in partnership with Ground Truth Solutions, Alyoscia D’Onofrio reflects on how to systematically listen and respond to clients and why it is vital toward achieving the goal of delivering better aid.
The International Rescue Committee is making a thorough job of looking at feedback and accountability mechanisms through its CVC program.