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Empowering communities to trigger positive change from armed groups in South Sudan: a story of heightened safety and food security
In Ikpiro, South Sudan, the empowerment of communities to advocate for their own rights and protection facilitated the relocation of an armed group. This led to a notable reduction in violence against civilians, resulting in an enhanced sense of safety and subsequently benefiting food security in the area. Since 2013, South Sudan has been ravaged […]
We are pleased to present Geneva Call’s 2022 Annual Report – “Committing to Respect “ – showcasing the impact of our efforts and accomplishments in promoting humanitarian norms and principles among armed groups and de facto authorities (AGDAs). In a world where approximately 175 million people see their daily lives impacted by the behavior of […]
Geneva Call is pleased to announce the appointment of Atif Hameed as our new Director of Operations. With more than 23 years of extensive field and policy-level experience in the humanitarian and peacebuilding sectors, including five years at Geneva Call, Mr. Hameed has worked in both conflict and post-conflict situations and brings a wealth of […]
Upholding humanitarian norms in conflict zones across the Middle East and North Africa: armed actors from Iraq, Libya, Syria, and Yemen come together to reaffirm their duty to protect civilian infrastructure and guarantee humanitarian access
Over the past six months, a series of regional talks covering the Middle East and North Africa have achieved a significant milestone: rare exchanges among diverging armed actors to further the protection of civilians in their areas of operation. The talks brought together military and political representatives, as well as religious leaders to discuss protection […]