Country Legal Mapping to establish gaps in Human Rights to Water and Sanitation (HRWS). These national reviews provide a dashboard of the current status of the implementation of HRWS in law, plus collect the existing legal articles by HRWS critera and principles for reference.
CDP collects data from thousands of corporates and cities relating to, in particular, SDG 6.1, 6.3, 6.4 and 6.6. This data is sent to a range of market actors including UNESCO, the Ministry of Environment of Japan and Italy, and 525 investors globally.
Development of case study for GLASS report on participation
CDP is currently working to spark a dialogue with financial regulators on the links between the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (for financial institutions to disclose climate-related risk) and the need to improve water security in our priority countries. To do this, we are actively sharing water-related data and insights; and making relevant policy recommendations. We aim to ensure that the world’s largest banks and insurance firms are disclosing the impact that their financing activities have on water resources.
IOM’s work on disaster risk reduction (DRR) and environmental degradation contributes to the efforts of Member States to implement the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) 2015-2030 by advancing mobility-based strategies in disaster risk reduction and resilience, paying particular attention to at-risk communities, migrants and other vulnerable mobile populations.
IOM hosted the secretariat for the Migrants in Countries in Crisis (MICIC) Initiative, a government-led effort co-chaired by the United States and the Philippines, aimed to improve the protection of migrants when the countries in which they live, work, study, transit, or travel experience a natural disaster or conflict.
MICIC Guidelines to Protect Migrants in Countries Experiencing Conﬂict or Natural Disaster.
IOM, together with the UNHCR, is a Standing Invitee to the Platform on Disaster Displacement’s Steering Group, and plays a key role in supporting States’ efforts to implement the Nansen Initiative Protection Agenda and the priorities identified by the Platform’s Steering Group, which are directly in line with IOM’s vision and action on addressing displacement and human mobility associated with natural disasters and climate change.
Nansen Initiative Protection Agenda