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This report focuses on ways to improve the international community’s response to the sexual exploitation and abuse of children by aid workers, peacekeepers and others acting on their behalf in…
This facilitators training guide has been developed by Keeping Children Safe to support those delivering training on child safeguarding. This guide focuses on exercises and tools that can be used to…
This page holds data on allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse associated with UN missions. There are five ways of looking at the data: by allegations received, by alleged perpetrators, by…
This article explores the extent of, and factors associated with, sexual harassment of young female migrant workers in the carpet and garment factories in Nepal. Information is drawn from a survey of…
This is the report of a second phase study to understand children’s own understanding of child sexual abuse (CSA) and the prevalence of different forms of CSA in four districts of Nepal, namely…
This study considers the extent of sexual abuse and exploitation of children in Liberia, particularly those displaced into internally displaced persons (IDP) camps and those who have been repatriated…
This report examines causes of sexual exploitation and abuse by UN peacekeepers in Liberia and Haiti, based on interviews with members of the local population, government officials, UN staff in…
This research kit is one part of a series of toolkits produced by the International Save the Children Alliance. This part of the toolkit aims to encourage meaningful and ethical participation by…
Issued in 2003, this Bulletin by the Secretary-General of the United Nations (UN) sets out that sexual exploitation and sexual abuse is prohibited by the United Nations Staff Regulations and Rules.…
This paper from 2002 explores the literature and research studies which examine institutional abuse and professional perpetrators who use their work as a cover for targeting and sexually abusing…
This resource is a set of guidelines which provide general guidance in addressing workplace violence in the health sector. The guidelines are intended to be used as a basic reference tool which can…
This publication is a report of a joint UNHCR/ Save the Children UK assessment that was conducted from 22 October to 30 November 2001 in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. The assessment looked at the…
This guide provides information on how to integrate Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) into programming and the Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP)  for PSEA Network members in Nigeria…
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  This webinar explores how power and privilege, gender and intersectionality underpin the root causes of Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Sexual Harassment (SEAH) and safeguarding. It will look at…
This infographic explains informed consent, why it is an important part of safeguarding and how to gather informed consent. It also outlines what confidentiality is and how organisations can ensure…
Everyone has the right to report sensitive stories safely Organisations are required to provide a way for people to report sensitive stories, including complaints of sexual exploitation, abuse and…
In this episode of the podcast Safeguarding Matters, we discuss volunteer management – the use of volunteers in non-governmental organisations (NGOs), and their roles, the risks and how to address…
This infographic explains how civil society organisation (CSO) staff and representatives in Nigeria can appropriately respond to a report of sexual exploitation, abuse or sexual harassment. The note…

 
 

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