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This analysis was conducted in Debark and MayTsebri (IDP sites from Tigray) Ethiopia, and provides a glimpse of the recent post-conflict situation in humanitarian services. It also describes 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…
The toolkit is adaptable and designed to assist humanitarian and development agencies to communicate key safeguarding messages derived from the Six Core Principles Relating to Sexual Exploitation and…
Available on this page for download is a guide and tools that ensure all organizational and human resource systems and processes dutifully address the agency’s commitment to the Protection from…
The how-to note outlines what a community-based complaints mechanism (CBCM) is, and how CSOs in general humanitarian and developing settings can set up and manage a CBCM.
This sample Terms of Reference (ToR) defines roles and key responsibilities of PSEAH focal points. It also indicates key competency areas of this role. This ToR was originally developed by GCPS…
This summary brief provides civil society organisations (CSOs) with an overview of the global standards on sexual exploitation, abuse and sexual harassment (SEAH). It provides a short summary of the…
This document is a summary of the Bond-produced document Good Governance for Safeguarding: A Guide for UK NGO Boards. 
This is an organisation capacity self-assessment tool that supports organisations in assessing their safeguarding capacity and helps them develop action plans to strengthen capacity.  The self-…
This document provides a template for an inclusive code of conduct (COC) that can be used by organisations of persons with disabilities (OPDs). The COC sets out key behaviors that are particularly…
Looking for a simple safeguarding training tool? RSH has produced a presentation which provides an overview of safeguarding, including Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Sexual Harassment (SEAH).  The…
This tool supports organisation to identify the potential risks of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse and Sexual Harassment (SEAH) taking place within their organisation and to consider what could be in…
This analysis provides a brief overview of the recent inter-agency mapping of efforts to address sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) in Ethiopia, following the UN Secretary General’s Strategy and the…
The RSH Ethiopia Hub is launching an innovative and practical 6-month scheme designed to support small and less resourced CSOs to strengthen their safeguarding capacity. Interested organisations…
This snapshot provides an overview of the inter-agency mapping of efforts to addresses sexual exploitation and abuse in Ethiopia, which was conducted by the Ethiopia PSEA Network in April-June 2020
This Tip Sheet outlines some overarching principles that should be considered when applying a safeguarding approach and using the resources on the Resource and Support Hub.  It also has some specific…
This tip sheet is a quick reference for understanding good practice when engaging survivors of SEAH in policymaking. It is an adapted version of the report titled Best practice in engaging survivors…
This easy read evidence digest draws on evidence from past infectious disease epidemics to explore how the risks of sexual exploitation, abuse and sexual harassment (SEAH) increase during these…
This is a 2-page document of Keeping Children Safe, summarising the basics around safeguarding, including its definition, guiding principles and standards.
  What is the Pocket Guide? It is intended to provide non GBV specialists with concrete and practical information how to support a survivor of gender-based violence who disclosed to you in a context…
Survivors can make important contributions to policymaking on sexual exploitation, abuse and sexual harassment (SEAH). However, meaningful engagement involves policymakers acting appropriately and…
The risk of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse and Sexual Harassment (SEAH) is likely to continue to increase in the coming months during the COVID-19 pandemic and response. Evidence from previous…
DFID Guidance Note for DFID Staff and Implementing Partners: Safeguarding Against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse and Sexual Harassment (SEAH) across DFID Programmes during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Develop Terms of Reference for the work. Be clear what services you are looking for, the scope of work and the experience/expertise you require in the service provider, as well as stating your…
This is a quick guide on what to include in a safeguarding policy. It is useful for organisations who are developing or strengthening their safeguarding policies to check that they have included…
The Core Humanitarian Standard on Quality and Accountability (CHS) sets out Nine Commitments that organisations and individuals involved in humanitarian response can use to improve the quality and…
In 2019, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) established new global standards aimed at ending violence and harassment in the world of work: The Eliminating Violence and Harassment in the…
The IASC principles provide a useful basis for organisations to develop policies and procedures for preventing and responding to sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment. The principles provide…
The DAC Recommendation aims to provide a standard to build systems best fit to prevent and respond to SEA and SH. It provides a comprehensive framework to support, guide and incentivise, and help to…
This report by the Independent Commission on Sexual Misconduct, Accountability and Culture was commissioned by Oxfam International after the 2018 sexual misconduct by staff in Haiti and elsewhere and…