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This tip sheet is a quick reference for companies to understand sexual exploitation, abuse and sexual harassment (SEAH) and gender-based violence (GBV) in private sector development programmes. It is an adapted version of the guidance note titled…
The New Humanitarian published a review of the World Food Programme's independent report into their culture and ethics. The report recommends a "systemic overhaul" of workplace practices - after having received apalling results on the issue of…
Anders Kompass, former director of UNHCHR's field operations, wrote an opinion piece reflecting on the recent revelations around sexual abuse by WHO workers during the DRC Ebola outbreak. He points out that people will not report into a system they…
The health agency issued the strongly-worded statement in response to allegations made during a months-long investigation by journalists from The New Humanitarian and the Thomson Reuters Foundation news organizations, which charges that men who…
The New Humanitarian published the opinion of Jasmine-Kim Westendorf, Senior Lecturer at La Trobe University Australia. She argues that the most common type of sexual misconduct in the aidsector is transactional sex, in which the victim has some…
Paisley Dodds, investigations Editor of the New Humanitarian describes how the year-long investigation took place into the sexual abuse of women by WHO staff during the Ebola outbreak. She describes the work of three reporters who each went their…
This document sets out the Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG) Health, Safety, Environmental and Social (HSES) safeguarding rules. These have been designed to ensure safeguarding processes are in place across all PIDG projects in order…
This short report is a companion to ICAI’s January 2020 review of the UK’s Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative (PSVI). It explores the UK’s efforts to tackle sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) in international peacekeeping settings,…
The article describes the recent revelation that sexual abuse was rampant during the Ebola response in the DRC. Strategies that had been put in place to prevent such abuses have largely failed. The women, who came forward as a result of an…
The New Humanitarian reports that the United Nations has launched an investigations into allegations of sexual abuse and exploitation of women in the drought--stricken Northeastern Karamoja region of  Uganda, by members of its staff. The allegations…