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This document sets out the UN General Assembly Resolution A/RES/73/148: Intensification of efforts to prevent and eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls: sexual harassment. It was adopted on 17th December 2018, and is the first…
In this episode, Dr Eleanor Nwadinobi (RSH Nigeria Hub Senior Advisor) talks to Oge Chukudozie (RSH Nigeria Hub National Associate) about the Safeguarding Resource and Support Hub (RSH) programme. You will find out what is available on the Nigeria…
A recently report entitled „Misconduct affecting Global Fund grants“ raise awarness of sever safeguarding issues associated with representatives of the Ghana Network Association of People Living with HIV (NAP+) who “abused their positions of power…
The Office of Internal Oversight Services (OIOS) assessed the relevance and effectiveness of the prevention, response and victim support efforts against sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) by UN Secretariat staff and related personnel covering the…
A pontifical foundation has admitted that its late founder was credibly accused of sexually assaulting a female employee, who came forward in 2010 after learning the deceased priest was being considered for possible beatification. The case…
The “Zero Violence Project” is a six-month project funded by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office of the UK Government and being implemented in partnership with Frontline Aids and ActionAid UK. Within the framework of the project, new…
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres placed his newly named envoy on technology on administrative leave after allegations of sexual harassment were made against him by three women who worked with him in his recent job. The allegations against…
The United Nations urges a “zero tolerance” policy for crimes of sexual violence in Ethiopia’s troubled Tigray region. Pramila Patten, the U.N. secretary-general’s special representative on sexual violence in conflict, indicates that there were…
Following the recent publishing of the report "Progress on tackling the sexual exploitation and abuse of aid beneficiaries" by the International Development Committee, MPs, UN and Board representative call for action to strengthen awareness raising…
A recent parliamentary inquiry in the UK have found that due to poor inadequate safeguarding and reporting mechanisms, sexual abuse and exploitation of local women by international aid workers remains “rife” and predators could still be rehired.…