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In this episode, Dr Eleanor Nwadinobi (RSH Nigeria Hub Senior Advisor) talks to Oge Chukudozie (RSH Nigeria Hub National Associate) about the Safeguarding Resource and Support Hub (RSH) programme. You will find out what is available on the Nigeria…
Part 1: What is sexual harassment  –  definition. In this episode, women’s rights advocate and lawyer Hibret Abahoy provides a detailed description of what sexual harassment means and how it is addressed in the labour law. ክፍል 1፡ በዚህ ክፍል የሴቶች መብት…
Safe Programming for CSOs in Humanitarian and Development Settings Infographics. This infographic accompanies the document How to Design and Deliver Safe Programmes, available here.
In September 2020, the New Humanitarian and the Thomson Reuters Foundation revealed that ‘More than 50 women accuse aid workers of sex abuse in Congo Ebola crisis.’ On this episode, Dr Eleanor Nwadinobi talks to Nellie Peyton, one of the journalists…
In this podcast we will discuss the role and responsibilities of safeguarding focals with CAFOD, SCIAF and Trócaire Joint Office (CST) Women Empowerment Programme Coordinator and safeguarding focal, Kassach Abegaz. እ.ኤ.አ. ሴፕቴምበር 2020 በማዕከላችን…
The podcast hosts a discussion of two of UNICEF’s experts on SEA and GBV, Lorenza Trulli and Sunita Palekar Joergensen tell more about how to promote a survivor-centred approach in SEA and GBV service provision. The discussion addresses recent SEA…
On this episode, we reflect on challenges the aid sector has faced in keeping people safe and what it will take to make real improvements and restore trust. Nastasya Gecim talks to Hannah Clare, Head of PSEA & Safeguarding at Norwegian Refugee…
On this episode, Nastasya Gecim talks to Leila Billing, a gender and development consultant who specialises in Feminist Leadership, and Lillian Bogonko, a leadership coach and organisation transformation specialist who is leading ActionAid on…
*/ In April 2020, UKCDR launched guidance on safeguarding in international development research to ensure the highest safeguarding standards in this context. UK funders of international development research worked with UKCDR to develop a set…
Humanitarian workers are obliged to create and maintain an environment that prevents sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA) and promotes the implementation of their code of conduct. To support the effort towards eliminating PSEA, InterAction and…
Safeguarding Matters is a podcast series hosted by Paul Nolan and Nastasya Gecim from the Safeguarding Resource and Support Hub where we discuss matters relating to safeguarding and SEAH in the aid sector. We’ll have conversations with thought…
This short video shares important guidelines on child safeguarding for staff and partners: - Do use language the child can understand - Do let the child speak for themselves - Do trust and believe the child's story - Do report abuse - Don't engage…
This six minute long video illustrates the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Six Core Principles Relating to Sexual Exploitation and Abuse. The video aims to provide a free, informative, and broadly accessible resource that can be used in a…
This audio-visual presentation contains anonymised accounts by victims and survivors of SEAH by aid workers. The quotes are drawn from existing published sources and the voices in the recording are those of volunteers (mainly DFID staff) whose…
Putting People First: Tackling sexual exploitation and abuse, and sexual harassment, in the aid sector On 18 October 2018, the UK International Development Secretary hosted an international summit at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in Westminster,…
This short video introduces key topics in safeguarding children in emergencies.
  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 how we can move beyond safeguarding compliance and…
Listen to our first Amharic podcast interview on: “Investigations: Principles and Pitfalls” with Michael Shiferaw, the HR Business Partner at Oxfam Ethiopia This podcast provides insight on the basic principles of investigations to ensure adherence…
A series of simplified PSEA audio podcasts for frontline staff, casual labourers, volunteers, among others. The podcasts are divided into 4 eposdes of about 10 minutes each: 1. Gender-Based Violence (GBV) and Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA) 2…