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This study analyses data from national Violence Against Children (VAC) surveys in Cambodia, Haiti, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria and Tanzania, to examine the prevalence and dynamics around disclosure, reporting and help-seeking behaviours among children…
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‐…
The 20th edition of the Trafficking in Persons report includes a section on ‘Accountability for UN Peacekeepers’ that sheds light on the issue of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) by UN peacekeepers in missions around the world. It highlights that…
Survivors can make important contributions to policymaking on sexual exploitation, abuse and sexual harassment (SEAH). However, meaningful engagement involves policymakers acting appropriately and responsibly to ensure that survivors’ voices are…
This report shares findings from the first phase of Empowered Aid, a multi-year participatory action research project in Uganda and Lebanon. This report presents findings from Uganda around risks of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) in relation to…
This report shares findings from the first phase of Empowered Aid, a multi-year participatory action research project in Uganda and Lebanon. This report presents findings from Lebanon around risks of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) in relation…
This Manual was developed to support Red Cross and Red Crescent leadership, headquarters and personnel in field operations to implement practical solutions that adhere to minimum standards in line with the Inter-agency Standing Committee Minimum…
This is a qualitative observational study exploring understandings and perceptions of exploitation in two sites in Mwanza, Tanzania. Through focus group discussion and in-depth interviews with young people aged 14–24 years, and parents with children…
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 international aid and development sector has been increasingly focusing over the last few years, particularly with the advent of the Me Too movement, on what lies at the root of sexual exploitation and abuse and sexual harassment and…