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front cover of Best practice in engaging survivors of Sexual Exploitation Abuse and Harassment

Survivors can make important contributions to policymaking on sexual exploitation, abuse and sexual harassment (SEAH). However, meaningful engagement involves policymakers acting appropriately and responsibly to ensure that survivors’ voices are heard without causing further harm. This document provides a rapid review of the documentation of efforts to engage survivors of SEAH (and other types of violence, where relevant) in developing policy, as well as reviewing research conducted on survivors’ needs and priorities.