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This report presents the findings and recommendations of an ‘Operational Review of Exposure to Corrupt Practices in Humanitarian Aid Implementation Mechanisms in the DRC’, which was commissioned by the Humanitarian Country Team and the Joint Anti‐…
This study examined sexual harassment experiences of Mexican immigrant farmworking women (n = 150) employed on farms in California, the United States. Of the estimated one million California farmworkers, 78% are Latino, mostly from Mexico, and 28%…
The 2019 edition of the Aid Worker Security Report (AWSR) focuses, for the first time, on sexual violence and the differing risks for female and male aid workers in violent operational settings. The report presents annual update and analysis of aid…
This book is a contribution to Barnardo’s ‘what works’ publication series. This contribution looks specifically at sexual exploitation. It synthesises a wide range of available research and evaluations from the UK and some from the USA and other…
In the wake of the SEAH cases that were exposed in the aid and development sector 2018, this study explores the need of an Ombuds mechanisms in the sector. The scoping exercise included interviews with 76 respondents representing different parts of…
This report analyses existing measures to address the rights and needs of survivors of SEA by peacekeepers. It focuses on measures put in place by UN specialist bodies, organs and agencies, and to a lesser extent, efforts by other international…
This study examines the effect of a standardised 6-week self-defense program on reducing the incidence of sexual assault experienced by adolescent girls in an urban slum in in Nairobi, Kenya. The study utilised a population-based survey of 522 high…
This report focuses on SEA perpetrated by aid workers against Afghani women and men, Chinese sex workers, and victims of trafficking. The methodology for this report is partially described and draws on primary and secondary data analysis including…
This is the report of a second phase study to understand children’s own understanding of child sexual abuse (CSA) and the prevalence of different forms of CSA in four districts of Nepal, namely Surkhet, Kaski, Chitwan, and Morang. The first phase of…
This publication is a report of a joint UNHCR/ Save the Children UK assessment that was conducted from 22 October to 30 November 2001 in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. The assessment looked at the scope and nature of sexual violence and…