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                  Localisation means different things to different organisations and people. However, localisation or locally-led crisis response can be described as a process that progressively increases the leadership and authority of crisis-affected people in determining how local, national and international crisis response resources are used within their communities to address their priorities. Localisation processes can involve a wide range of various initiatives to ensure that local and national actors can participate, access funding, co-lead coordination mechanisms, influence policies, become more visible, and be engaged in equitable partnerships. Save the Children’s ultimate goal for localisation is to more effectively fulfill the immediate and long-term rights of all children in all contexts. It is Save the Children’s belief that shifting greater capacity, resources, and ownership to national and local actors, will result in more timely, appropriate, and effective outcomes for children and their communities and in fulfilling children’s rights. With this site, Save the Children wants to contribute to the sector increasingly working with localisation and ensure initiatives are informed by research and evidence. We therefore welcome local, national and international actors’ contributions to the site. In addition to the resources below, we also recommend the following websites: The Grand Bargain Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS) CHS Guidance Notes and Indicators NEAR Network Start Network Agenda for Humanity and the Peace Promise Accelerating Localisation through Partnerships Overseas Development Institute: Understanding local response in crises COVID-19 Resources (ICVA) Child Protection Area of Responsibility Localisation Page Global Education Cluster Localisation Page Covid-19: Tracking local humanitarian action and complementary partnerships (ODI)

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