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Type of provider
List of services offered
Organisational culture
Policy development
Safe programming
Standards, audits and reviews
Survivor-centred case handling and referrals
Systems and procedures for safeguarding implementation
Type of client
Community-based organisations
Non-Governmental Organisations
International Non-Governmental Organisations
Private sector organisations delivering aid and development
Research and academic institutions
Sports organisations
Trust/Foundation donors of aid and development
Multi/bi-lateral donors of aid and development
International finance institutions
United Nations
Safeguarding expertise
Protection from sexual exploitation and abuse and sexual harassment; PSEAH
Bullying and harassment (workplace)
Child safeguarding
Programmatic / thematic area(s)
Urban and infrastructure
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene; WASH
Justice and peace building
Economic development
Social Protection
Gender based violence/ Violence against women and girls
General programming
Context in which services are delivered
Geographical coverage
Languages spoken

Bond is the UK network for organisations working in international development. Bond was founded in 1993 with 61 members. Now we unite over 400 organisations, ranging from small specialist charities to large international NGOs with a world-wide presence.

Bond works with members, government, regulatory bodies and other stakeholders to ensure organisations are equipped to prevent sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment across the international development sector. Bond provides information, guidance, tools and resources and training to support Bond members, INGOs, NGOs and other stakeholders to improve safeguarding standards and practice across their organisations.

Bond currently offers training courses on different areas of safeguarding practice:

Good safeguarding practice, which equips participants to develop a robust approach to safeguarding, including risk assessments, prevention, reporting and response procedures, and an improved ability to meet statutory and donor requirements, strengthen safeguarding policies and procedures and support partners. For safeguarding leads or focal points, HR managers or designated safeguarding officers.

Managing Safeguarding investigations equips participants to manage an investigation into safeguarding concerns, including how to develop risk assessments and terms of reference for an investigation, appoint an investigation team, and manage stakeholder relationships and reporting processes.

Safeguarding governance for boards of trustees provides bespoke workshops on safeguarding which support boards and senior leadership teams to fulfil legal and donor requirements and develop an appropriate safeguarding culture.

Bond also provides specialist support on all other areas of safeguarding, including in reviewing policies and procedures, providing comprehensive feedback on the strengths and weaknesses of safeguarding practice.

Our courses are delivered face to face or online, in the UK or worldwide. We run public courses as well as bespoke courses for organisations.

Our trainers are all development and humanitarian professionals with several years of experience supporting organisations to improve policy, practice, governance and accountability mechanisms for safeguarding.

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