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The webinar is the first in a series, as part of Open University's and the UK Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) Course "Leadership in Safeguarding in the International Aid Sector" that started 9th May 2022. Topics to be covered:…
In this episode of the podcast Safeguarding Matters, we discuss funding for safeguarding and explain what funding is available for safeguarding and how non-governmental organisations can get funds for their safeguarding activities. In this…
The Open University in partnership with the UK Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) has launched a collection of three supported online training courses focused on safeguarding for the international aid sector. The third and final…
This tip sheet covers safeguarding considerations for partnerships with and between civil society organisations (CSOs) in South Sudan. It is relevant for implementing partners, those carrying out project management and service delivery on the ground…
The Open University in partnership with the UK Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) has launched a collection of three supported online training courses focused on safeguarding for the international aid sector. The third and final…
This 20-page guide focuses on disability-inclusive safeguarding in programmes and activities in the humanitarian and development sector. Disability-inclusive safeguarding practices can help better safeguard everyone; it is in the interest of all…
This guide focuses on disability-inclusive safeguarding in the workplace in the humanitarian and development sector. Disability-inclusive safeguarding practices can help better safeguard everyone; it is in the interest of all organisations to…
This tip sheet has been developed to help civil society organisations (CSOs) define and understand what wellbeing is and to connect staff wellbeing to work relating to Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Sexual Harassment (SEAH) and other harms. It also…
The one-hour online course was designed by DisasterReady and Mercy Corps for anyone providing safeguarding training and talking about safeguarding and appropriate behavior in humanitarian and development settings and organisations. In this one-hour…
This webinar provides background information on the Misconduct Disclosure Scheme, the purpose and how it is implemented among the signatory organisations.   Sexual exploitation and abuse has had a huge and ongoing impact on humanitarian…
Sosena Lemma has more than 20 years of experience of working in the development sector in Ethiopia. She has built her experience and expertise as a leader in capacity development for civil society organisations across a range of disciplines…
Using the right words shows respect, promotes trust and enables people to be heard. The wrong words can stigmatise, shame and even re-traumatise people.  That’s why we’ve taken part in an interagency collaboration to produce a glossary on…
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 these risks. In this podcast series by the RSH…
Stephanie Yousef serves as the Deputy MENA Regional Representative for ICVA, a member of the RSH consortium. She is based in Amman, Jordan and is supporting the RSH national hubs and regional hub in MENA in a communications role.
This tip sheet is for civil society organisations (CSOs) working in the education sector in Nigeria. Recognising that education is one of the major sectors for CSO interventions in Nigeria, it is important for CSOs in Nigeria to understand how to…
This tip sheet is for civil society organisations (CSOs) working in the education sector in Nigeria. Recognising that education is one of the major sectors for CSO interventions in Nigeria, it is important for CSOs in Nigeria to understand how to…
Emmanuel Bida Silvas Gaitano is a dedicated and skillful mentor, having worked as a counselor and psychologist at various organisations for 5 years. RSH South Sudan has helped Bida discover passion for yet another important aspect of his profession…
This tip sheet explains why leaders in Ethiopia should prioritise safeguarding in their organisation and what their roles and responsibilities are in ensuring quality safeguarding systems.
This how-to note takes you through some important steps that can help you ensure that safeguarding is included in your funding proposals. 
This guide can be used by staff members in Ethiopia who will be sharing information with children about safeguarding. For example, this could be community engagement staff, a safeguarding focal point or child protection practitioners. This guide…
What does it take to develop a genuine speak up culture? One where everyone feels safe to raise concerns? How can we learn from our peers to build safer organisations for staff, volunteers and people affected by crises? A speak up culture welcomes…
Safeguarding is vital for protecting the children and vulnerable individuals that international aid organisations work with, as well as their staff and personnel from all forms of harm. This has also been identified as an area that needs…
This tip sheet shares some suggested survey questions that organisations can adapt to assess the value of their reporting mechanisms for staff (including associated staff) to report concerns or incidents of Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Sexual…
The webinar will present the findings from the Joint National Association of Persons with Disability (JONAPWD) / RSH research on How organisations of persons with disability (OPDs) in Nigeria are keeping people safe, and support a discussion on how…
RSH and The Joint National Association of Persons with Disabilities, Nigeria (JONAPWD) conducted research with organisations of persons with disability (OPDs) to understand how OPDs are keeping people safe, and what further support they need to…
Kiden Lukudu is a lecturer at the University of Juba, a consultant and an activist. She is a faculty member in the School of Social and Economic Studies and currently pursuing her PhD in Agricultural Economics at the University of Nairobi. Formerly…
Before, during and after a humanitarian disaster, such as a conflict, a natural disaster or a pandemic, there can be a lot of change, stress and confusion for all involved. In such settings, every civil society organisation (CSO) can face a broad…
We are building on the successful launch of RSH MENA Hub and the first webinar on Introduction to Safeguarding in September 2021. We are excited to host our next webinar which will take a deeper look at risk mitigation related to SEAH and approaches…
The International Council of Voluntary Agencies invite you to the launch of the Report: Partnerships and Protection Against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse. The report will be launched virtually on Wednesday 16th March at 11–12:30 CET. If you are…