protection of civilians

protection of civilians

Jemaa Al Halayal, 35, holds his two-year-old daughter Amina, outside the tent in which they now live in an informal settlement for Syrian refugees in north Bekaa Valley in Lebanon on September 10 2015. Photo: Sam Tarling/Oxfam

Solidarity With Syrians

The international community has failed so far to address the spiralling catastrophe in Syria. This briefing calls for urgent and immediate action by the international community to deal with this deepening crisis.

Residents of Rumbek, South Sudan, arriving for a public forum with the state leadership. Photo: Crispin Hughes.

Community Engagement for Protection

While engaging with communities has been a priority for peace operations since 2010, there is a gap between rhetoric and implementation. A number of non-governmental organizations that work on protection of civilians provide recommendations on how to operationalize community engagement in a joint briefing note.

A woman stands in front of rubbles, in Nepal. Photo: Aubrey Wade/Oxfam

For Human Dignity

The UN Secretary-General has called the World Humanitarian Summit in 2016 ‘to make humanitarian action fit for the future'. Tens of millions of people receive humanitarian aid every year, but millions more suffer without adequate help and protection, and their number is relentlessly rising.

Failing Syria

Failing Syria

This report reviews what real effects the UNSC Resolutions have had on protection of civilians, humanitarian access, increases in international aid contributions, and political solutions.

Local government office, Nyabiondo, Masisi territory, North Kivu. Photo: Phil Moore/Oxfam

Secure Insecurity

In many areas of the Democratic Republic of Congo, citizens are still vulnerable to brutal violence from armed groups and in some cases from government, including the police, army and local officials.


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