References and resources: communities and self-protection

In addition to resources cited at the end of articles, the following may also be of interest:

Barrs C A (2012) How Civilians Survive Violence: A Preliminary Inventory, Cuny Center.
http://bit.ly/Barrs-Inventory-2012

ECHO (May 2016) Humanitarian Protection: Improving protection outcomes to reduce risks for people in humanitarian crises, Thematic Policy Document No 8
http://bit.ly/ECHO-humanitarian-protection-2016

Global Protection Cluster Strategic Framework 2016-19
http://bit.ly/ProtectionCluster-Framework2016-19

Global Protection Cluster/Oxfam (2016) Communication Package on Protection: what protection means in operational terms in an emergency and who is responsible for what. Available in English, French, Spanish and Arabic.
http://bit.ly/GPC-communication-package

Local to Global Protection (L2GP): documents and promotes local perspectives on protection, survival and recovery in major humanitarian crises.
www.local2global.info/resources

Sanchez G (2010) Against All Odds: Experiences of IDP Self-Protection Measures in Colombia, Brookings Institution.
www.brookings.edu/events/2010/10/28-civilian-protection-two
http://brook.gs/2cL1EVS

Slim H and Bonwick A (2005) Protection: An ALNAP guide for humanitarian agencies, ALNAP.
www.alnap.org/pool/files/alnap-protection-guide.pdf

South A and Harragin S, with Corbett J, Horsey R, Kempel S, Fröjmark H and Carstensen N (2012)
Local to Global Protection in Myanmar (Burma), Sudan, South Sudan and Zimbabwe,
ODI/HPN Paper 72
http://bit.ly/ODI-L2GP-2012

Stimson Center’s Civilians in Conflict project
www.stimson.org/programs/protecting-civilians-conflict
In particular:
Gorur A (2013) Community Self-Protection Strategies: How Peacekeepers Can Help or Harm http://bit.ly/Gorur-2013
Giffen G (2013) Community Perceptions as a Priority in Protection and Peacekeeping http://bit.ly/Giffen-2013

See also background papers on this subject for UNHCR-NGO Consultations 2014 www.unhcr.org/uk/574308244

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