This document brings together three cross-cutting themes (violence prevention, beneficiary accountability and gender equality) that have emerged as consistent priorities within international operations into one cohesive approach that will assist programme teams to meet minimum standards, while also determining how the Canadian Red Cross can go beyond minimum standards to achieve greater impact.
- The document covers the high-level minimum standard outcomes, outputs and indicators for violence prevention, gender equality and beneficiary accountability.
- It includes an overview of the strategic framework within the IFRC, and also external factors that support the importance of these cross-cutting themes. Examples of practical activities and tools are also included to help show how to achieve these aims.
Usage: Guidance for project implementation
Audiences: Technical staff
Reference: Canadian Red Cross. Framework on integration of priority cross-cutting themes: Violence prevention, gender equality and beneficiary accountability. Canadian Red Cross International Operations. Pp.1-44.
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