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In the last 20 years, successive SEA scandals have made media headlines: revelations that peacekeepers in Bosnia were involved in sex trafficking were followed by reports of aid workers raping or…
This resources is an audio training package aimed at newly recruited front-line staff or contractors. It takes the form of a conversation between a male and female speaker in which they explain the…
These guidelines have been developed for staff involved in managing allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA). The Guidelines provide an overview of the key steps and issues organisations…
This document has been produced to help practitioners working on child protection case management to adapt their work to COVID-19. The document has designed eight dimensions of case management and…
This case study, provided by Deaf Child Worldwide, Provides information about how they have worked to safeguarding deaf children, considering their higher risk of being abused. The case study…
This guidance complements and expands on the Inter-Agency Guidance on Home Quarantine & Isolation in Overcrowded Settings to ensure that special consideration is given for children and adults who…
This guidance is intended to support humanitarian agencies as they consider remote Child Protection Case Management during COVID-19. The guidance describes the considerable amount of preparation,…
This UK Government website portal offers information on handling safeguarding allegations in a charity. It provides step-by-step guidance and checklists for the initial steps, with further provision…
This E-learning course uses Virtual Reality (VR) technology to practice interview skills and interaction with a survivor. It is designed for staff in the humanitarian and development sector but is…
This tip sheet produced by the PSEA Network in Myanmar sets out six key steps that PSEA Network members in Myanmar should take during COVID-19. These include: 1. Ensure key staff are still working…
This webinar delivered by the Gender Based Violence Area of Responsibility (GBV AoR) explores how to adapt GBV case management approaches during COVID-19. 
This short guide provides rapid contingency considerations for case management during the COVID-19 crisis. Produced by Terre des hommes, the note provides guidance on how to deal with caseload, align…
This UNICEF note provides suggestions of how to reach survivors who cannot easily access phone-based gender-based violence (GBV) support given the mobility restrictions associated with COVID-19.  It…
This note aims to provide practical support to Gender-Based Violence (GBV) practitioners to adapt GBV case management service delivery models quickly and ethically during the current COVID-19…
This toolkit has been designed to support UNICEF’s partners, including civil society organisations and government agencies, to strengthen their policies and practices on Protection from Sexual…
This technical guidance aims to support Child Protection agencies providing case management services in the humanitarian response in Somalia to be prepared and to adapt their interventions in…
This document provides guidance to case workers on how best to adopt the remote Gender Based Violence (GBV) case management processes during the COVID-19 outbreak, in line with the GBV minimum…
This guidance provides information for professionals working in Lebanon on four priority areas that case management agencies should be focusing on: 1) awareness; 2) referrals; 3) case management;…
The GBV Area of Responsibility (GBV AoR) has produced a template for mapping remote services. The template provides guidance for GBV sub clusters and service providers on how to map and assess the…
This technical guidance aims to support Child Protection agencies providing case management services in the humanitarian response in Cox’s Bazar to be prepared and to adapt their interventions in…
This guidance note aims to support case workers to provide remote child protection case management during the COVID-19 outbreak response in Lebanon. The note emphasises the importance of continuing…
This guidance supports organisations to consider how to use technology to communicate with survivors during a public health crisis. It includes a list of tools that organisations can consider for…
This case study discusses the International Rescue Committee's approach to responding to disclosures. It provides three key recommendations: 1) Start by believing survivors and taking the time to…
This document was designed to help guide IRC country offices to develop a localised and contextualised Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) that will work for clients reporting safeguarding concerns.…
This document sets out IRC's global framework for handling safeguarding violations experienced by clients. It covers areas including how to set up reporting mechanisms, how to be prepared for cases…
This guidance supports organisations to consider how to safely use video conferencing for communication with survivors. It complements the resource Using Technology to Communicate with Survivors…
This Protocol aims to establish a common set of standards based on existing  frameworks to strengthen a coordinated approach across the UN to the provision of assistance and support to survivors of…
This guidance supports organisations to consider how to safely use online chat for communication with survivors. It complements the resource Using Technology to Communicate with Survivors During a…
This is a 5 page summary brief of the guidance note "Managing Sexual Violence against Aid Workers". It covers areas including how to manage sexual violence against aid workers, prevention and how to…
This toolkit from Bond describes the principles of safeguarding report-handling. It outlines 20 core elements of a safeguarding report-handling mechanism, which can be used to evaluate your systems…
These Case Studies for Report Handling Mechanisms are supporting resources for users of the Bond Safeguarding Report Handling Toolkit. The case studies illustrate how some of the elements and…
This document produced by Save the Children Serbia, explains the main terms related to digital violence and outlines good practices in protection of victims of various forms of violence against…
This guidance supports organisations to consider how to safely use texting for messaging survivors. It complements the resource Using Technology to Communicate with Survivors During a Public Health…
This Guidance outlines what sort of wrongdoing and issues can be reported by anyone to the UK Charity Commission. It includes information on how to report via telephone and email, including how to…
This resource provides guidance on establishing GBV mobile and remote services, in order to provide case management, psychosocial support, and referrals to meet the immediate needs of GBV survivors.…
This paper has been put together by the Bond Feedback and Accountability Learning Group (FALG) and sets out best practice principles for developing an accountable feedback mechanism capable of…
This guidance provides a framework to guide school leaders and strengthen decision-making as they manage allegations of child abuse by educators and other adults currently or previously working in…
Guide resource package V2.0 is a step by step pocket guide for humanitarian practitioners on how to support survivors of gender based violence (GBV) actor is not available in your area (including a…
Oxfam’s Misconduct Reporting and Investigation Flowchart outlines the process from forming a suspicion of misconduct, to reporting a suspicion, to receiving a suspicion. It contains email addresses…
These Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) in Reporting Misconduct clarifies Oxfam GB’s commitment to prevention of misconduct, the safety of the survivor/complainant, the integrity of the…
This infographic shows the stages of managing reports and allegations involving UN personnel in peacekeeping and special political missions. This includes the different sources of reports, fact…
This resource has been developed for staff of organizations that provide care, support, and protection services to GBV survivors in humanitarian settings, including social work-informed case…
This is the formal child incident notification form used by DFAT that all DFAT partners need to use to report an incident of child safeguarding. 
This is the formal sexual exploitation, abuse and sexual harassment (SEAH) incident notification form used by DFAT that all DFAT partners need to use to report an incident of SEAH. 
This guidance has been produced by Keeping Children Safe (KCS) to provide an overview of how to manage incidents and concerns involving a member of staff, consultant, associate or a volunteer from…
This guidance note provides comprehensive information on how organisations can set up an Inter-Agency Community-Based Complaint Mechanisms (CBCM) to enable reports of sexual exploitation and abuse (…
The guide is based on the lessons learned from an Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) pilot project to establish interagency complaint mechanisms in order to compile best practices and address a…
This information sheet summarises how to publish reports relating to SEAH, child safeguarding and other forms of misconduct and corruption. It was produced to help organisations meet commitments on…
This guidance is designed to staff in humanitarian and development contexts who conduct or manage investigations into serious allegations, including sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) as well as…