Here you can find a comprehensive list of the materials produced directly by the Resource & Support Hub team. This includes guidance notes, easy reads, reports, webinars and much more. Bookmark this page to keep up to date on the latest materials from the RSH. Click on any product to view the different translations available.

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The ABCD infographic aims to provide civil society organisations in Nigeria with quick and easy to remember facts about safeguarding. It was originally designed by independent consultant Kabati Baba Tokara.
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This note outlines: (1) what intersectionality is; (2) why taking an intersectional approach is important and; (3) how to integrate an intersectional approach into safeguarding measures. This note is accompanied by a separate graphic on how to…
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This guidance note outlines how CSOs in Ethiopia can identify, map and quality assure the different local services available in case they need to refer survivors for specific support or services. 
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This infographic is based on the Safe media and communications tip sheet, which aims to help CSOs in Ethiopia identify and manage the risks of Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Sexual Harassment and other harms and abuses caused by their media and…
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This tip sheet explains why leaders in South Sudan should prioritise safeguarding in their organisation and what their roles and responsibilities are in ensuring quality safeguarding systems. If you'd like to know more about leadership in…
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25 Nov 2021 | (UK time) 11:00am - 12:00pm
The Girls’ Education Challenge (GEC) was launched by the legacy UK Department for International Development (DFID) – now Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) – in 2012, as a 12-year commitment to reach the most marginalised girls in…
Webinars
24 Nov 2021 | (UK time) 11:00am - 12:00pm
What is safe programming and what needs to be done? Safe programming is one of the essentials of Safeguarding, ensuring that programs are safe in line with the Do No Harm principle. To ensure programs are safe, staff capacity should be built, risk…
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This tip sheet aims to help CSOs in Ethiopia identify and manage the risks of sexual exploitation, abuse and sexual harassment (SEAH) and other harms and abuses caused by their media and communications work.
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23 Nov 2021 | (UK time) 10:00 - 11:00am
Humanitarian organisations continue to fail protecting the most vulnerable communities. The recent report of sexual abuse by humanitarian organisations during the Ebola response in Eastern DRC is another call to enhance protection practices for…
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This tip sheet outlines guidance and considerations to support M&E practitioners and researchers in the design of informed consent processes and tools for research and data collection. 
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This risk assessment tool and guidance has been developed to support M&E practitioners and researchers to identify risks and mitigation strategies ahead of activities. 
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17 Nov 2021 | (UK time) 10:30 - 11:30am
Safe recruitment is about ensuring that safeguarding measures are integrated into every step of recruitment and personnel management cycle. Organisations need to hire the right people. The right people are those that have skills for the job, but…
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This tip sheet shares some key messages and strategies on how civil society organisations (CSOs) in Nigeria can approach different donors and funding partners so that they can help them understand, prioritise and appropriately resource or support…
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This how-to note outlines how civil society organisations (CSOs) can prepare for and manage safeguarding investigations in Nigeria. It does not include how to carry out investigations.  Refer to the RSH Nigeria case handling flow chart for an…
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This template accompanies the RSH How-to note on preparing for and managing safeguarding investigations. Use this template to outline and plan your safeguarding investigation.
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26 Oct 2021 | (UK time) 9:00 - 10:00am
Smaller organisations working in the humanitarian and development sector can often find the idea of implementing safeguarding measures intimidating. It may be that they are unfamiliar with the term or feel they do not have the resources to implement…
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Discussion with Tamba Aliyu, global safeguarding manager at Restless Development, who talks about the importance of raising awareness around safeguarding among community members, and how to do it effectively, using drama, role play and infographics…
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This RSH Case handling training package provides a step-by-step process to support a facilitator to deliver training on case handling. The training is suitable for up to 20 learners who are working in CSO programme teams and/or working as…
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This infographic provides an introduction to safeguarding. It explains the different terms used and explains how power connects to safeguarding. The infographic also outlines who is at greatest risk and what safeguarding measures organisations can…
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This infographic provides an introduction to safeguarding in South Sudan. It explains the different terms used and explains how power connects to safeguarding. The tip sheet also outlines who the primary victims / survivors are and what safeguarding…
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This 9-minute animation provides an overview of how to set up and manage a community feedback mechanism (CFM) in Nigeria. It outlines 10 steps to setting up a CFM and a further 6 points to keep in mind to maintain an effective CFM. This animation is…
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There are standards and procedures available for conducting safeguarding investigations. However in reality, investigations are often more complex than the procedures allow. Issues such as risks to the survivor, local norms and culture and safety…
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This note includes some suggested interview and reference questions that you can include as part of the recruitment process. This can help make sure that your organisation has checks and procedures in place to screen out anyone who may be unsuitable…
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This how-to-note details why language is important in researching Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Sexual Harassment (SEAH), what can go wrong and how to mitigate the risks and how to ensure we use the right language when talking about SEAH and…
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This how-to-note provides detailed and practical guidance on safeguarding considerations for monitoring, evaluation (M&E) and research. This note details what safe M&E is, what needs to be in place to support safe M&E and research and…
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This short how-to-note provides practical guidance for researchers or monitoring and evaluation (M&E) staff collecting data or researching Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment (SEAH) related subjects. 
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In this podcast, Nastasya Gecim talks to Bintu Mansaray, a medical doctor and social science researcher, about why it’s so important to make research safe. She shares learning from her research with survivors about simple measure to keep both…
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In this podcast, Dr Eleanor Nwadinobi talks to Lauren Watters of Able Child Africa about how organisations can make their programmes safe for people with disabilities. Learn about the simple and low cost steps you can take to integrate disability…
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This infographic is based on the tip sheet Safeguarding practices for recruiting and managing volunteers (Ethiopia), which covers safeguarding practices for recruiting and managing volunteers. It highlights the safeguarding risks for volunteers and…
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This how-to note, developed by the RSH Nigeria hub, explains how safeguarding can be included in proposal development process. It provides some tips on upholding donor compliance and outlines different points on safeguarding to include in the…
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