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This report by DFID summarises the progress one year on from the October 2018 London Safeguarding Summit on tackling sexual exploitation and abuse and sexual harassment (SEAH) in the international aid sector. Following the Safeguarding Summit, DFID…
This report presents the findings from Amnesty International’s Staff Wellbeing Review in 2018/19. The review was commissioned following the deaths of two staff members in the International Secretariat, which brought the organisation’s work culture…
This accountability report sets out Save the Children’s progress and challenges in relation to safeguarding staff, children and communities, as well other key issues, including security incidents and fraud. It includes data from Save the Children…
In this Thinkpiece from the Gender and Development Network (GADN), published in 2018 following the revelations of sexual harassment and abuse in the aid sector, Zimbabwe-based feminist activist Nancy Kachingwe reflects upon the crisis around sexual…
This article looks at the digital security threats faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex (LGBTQI) aid workers, including being ‘outed online, leaking of sexually explicit material, blackmailing etc. It points out that most…
This paper examines the effect of the Boko Haram insurgency on women's experience of physical and sexual intimate partner violence. The paper finds that the Boko Haram insurgency is associated with slower progress toward preventing and eliminating…
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…
This summary outlines the barriers to reporting. The content is an excerpt from the following report: Reporting Complaints Mechanisms, Barriers to Reporting and Support in the Aid Sector for Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment, by the Violence…
This Gap Analysis focuses on GBV in humanitarian settings and seeks to update the outstanding and persistent gaps that continue to challenge the GBV sector. It builds on the first Gap Analysis, providing a further breakdown of how challenges, such…
This study aims to understand qualitatively health care professionals’ perception of vulnerability factors of child sexual abuse (CSA). The study presents a thematic content analysis of a semi-structured interview of 14 health care professionals…