The Explosive Ordnance Risk Education Advisory Group (EORE AG) was launched in 2019. It provides overall guidance to the sector and identifies ways to improve the integration, effectiveness, efficiency and relevance of EORE.
The EORE AG draws on the expertise of over fifteen UN agencies, international organisations, international NGOs and national mine action authorities who serve as members or observers to the group. It is co-chaired by UNICEF and a rotating NGO – currently the HALO Trust – and the GICHD serves as secretariat. National authorities responsible for mine action and EORE will be the privileged interlocutors and decision makers for plans to be carried out in their respective countries.
For questions or requests to the EORE AG, please contact Faustine Auger (f.auger(at)gichd.org).
Research, guidance and tools
- International Mine Action Standard (IMAS) 12.10: Explosive Ordnance Risk Education
- 'Introduction to EORE Essentials' e-learning (by the GICHD)
- Advocacy Strategy (to print as a brochure use this version)
- Guidance for Standardising Beneficiary Definitions in Humanitarian Mine Action
- EORE / COVID-19 Resource Library
- Resources Library on Developing Effective EORE - Spiez 2022 (from UNICEF)
- Resource Library on Digital EORE - Spiez Workshop 2022 (UNICEF/GICHD)
- Working paper on Measuring the Results of EORE (by the GICHD)
- Paper on Using Barrier Analysis to Improve EORE (by The HALO Trust)
- New Technologies and Methodologies for EORE in Challenging Contexts - Review and Resource Library (by the GICHD)
- Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) Field Companion for Mine Action and FAQ (by IOM)
- EORE Sector Mapping and Needs Analysis (by the GICHD)
"Why risk education on cluster munition matters: a deep dive on risk education in the Lausanne Action Plan"
2RC CCM Side Event Recording (Sept 2021)
"Doing it right, doing it better: EORE voices from the field"
GICHD Webinar Series "New Technologies & Methodologies for EORE: A View from Other Sectors"
- Recording of 1st webinar - Digging Deeper through Behaviour Change (March 2021)
- Recording of 2nd webinar - Going Digital (April 2021)
"Upholding the Oslo Action Plan in Times of COVID-19: A Discussion On Risk Education"
EORE Webinar: "EORE and COVID-19"
"Risk Education in the Oslo Action Plan: from vision to reality"
- 23NDM Side Event Report, including discussion groups on IED risk education, digital EORE, EORE training needs, impact monitoring & integration of EORE (Feb 2020)
Other Approved Documentation
- Summary of 2021 EORE Stakeholder Survey Results (October 2022)
- EORE AG Progress Report 2020
- Cooperation Guidance (approved in December 2021)
- If you would like to create an EORE information brief, please use this template in Microsoft Publisher or PDF and submit it to the EORE AG Secretariat (contact details above)
- 'EORE Hour' Webinar Series Concept Note (approved in June 2021)
- EORE Essentials Concept Note (approved in June 2020)
DEORE Project Mapping
The Digital Task Team of the EORE Advisory Group has worked to map digital EORE projects across the HMA sector over the past five years. The database serves as a reference guide for digital EORE projects around the globe by providing a snapshot of key information as well as contact details to enable practitioners to contact organisations about specific projects to learn more.
If your organisation is implementing any digital EORE projects, please use the above database to check if they are already represented and, if not, add them using this form.
If you are responsible for any of the projects listed and would like to edit or update any information featured in the database, please contact Matthieu Laruelle (m.laruelle(at)gichd.org).
Digital EORE Partnership and Platform Mapping
The Digital Task Team of the EORE Advisory Group has worked to map and provide a brief overview of opportunities for a range of commonly used digital partners and platforms that can add value to digital EORE projects. The different partners and platforms cover social media, messaging, video platforms, data collection, trainings, media partners, and more.
If your organisation is working with any digital partners or platforms that are not represented, please consider adding them using this table.
- Behaviour Change Communications for EORE
- Child-friendly Multimedia Project (English & Spanish)
- EORE Online Courses
- Digital EORE using Facebook Ads
- Mobile EORE Augmented Reality Application
Hosted by the Digital EORE Task Team of the EORE Advisory Group
More information to be added when website is available