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This resource provides practical guidance and a policy framework for organisations to develop or update their own whistleblowing policy and to help foster a culture in which people feel safe to speak up. The resource includes an overview of the…
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This RSH Case handling training package provides a step-by-step process to support a facilitator to deliver training on case handling. The training is suitable for up to 20 learners who are working in CSO programme teams and/or working as…
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This systematic review identifies types of child sexual abuse (CSA) prevention initiatives being implemented in developing countries and their effectiveness. Following Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis (PRISMA)…
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This report provides a review of existing evidence on safeguarding in international development research. The report primarily considers safeguarding of research participants but also highlights the risk of harassment against particularly women,…
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Good practice in identifying, assessing and managing the risks of GBV, in particular SEAH, in major civil works is laid out in this note, which builds on the 2017 report of the Global Gender-Based Violence Task Force. The note focuses on SEA and…
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Through case studies and summarising available evidence, this report outlines promising programme responses for preventing and responding to child SEA. Case studies are presented from Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe, and child-friendly spaces in…
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The article provides an integrative review of the literature concerning the incidence and characteristics of all forms of child sexual assault (CSA) in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) since 1980. Publications were identified through a…
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Everyone involved in the international development research chain has the right to be safe from harm UKCDR would like to invite you to a webinar on “Preventing harm in research – safeguarding in international development research” taking place on …
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