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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…
Samrawit has more than ten years of experience in the areas of Gender Based Violence  (GBV) Prevention and Response both in development and humanitarian settings. She has worked with different governmental, non-governmental, Community Based…
Elayn is a former NGO leader and UNICEF staff member who, since 2015, has been consulting on social policy (child protection, social protection, health, education) in low and middle-income countries, fragile states and humanitarian contexts. With a…
Are you passionate about ensuring the most vulnerable are meaningfully engaged in humanitarian action, their needs met and rights respected? Are you able to provide quality advice and support to strengthen the work of national humanitarian actors to…
It was 3 1/2 months after Faith moved to South Sudan in 2016 as a humanitarian worker that she said she was sexually harassed by a staff member of the United Nations. Ten days after reporting the alleged harassment to Medair, the Swiss-based…
South Africa’s president said Monday his government will support women-owned businesses as part of its commitment to ensure gender equality in Africa’s most advanced economy. “We are going to drive women’s economic inclusion through public…
Unsolicited and unwanted acts of a sexual nature, also known as “eve-teasing”, are not a new phenomenon in India. Sexual harassment is rooted in cultural practices and is exacerbated by power relations at the workplace. Sexual harassment at the…
When dozens of Egyptians began posting accounts of sexual assault on social media last month, activists sensed a “#MeToo” moment in a nation where women have long felt disadvantaged. Like high-profile trials in the United States where the now…
The Marshall Liberal Government is actioning disability safeguarding gaps highlighted by the independent taskforce – including bringing forward the expansion of the Adult Safeguarding Unit and committing new funding for individual advocacy...
MOSCOW, August 3. /TASS/. The majority of Russians (87%) have never encountered forced physical contact at work. However, every tenth Russian (9%) has encountered such manifestations of harassment, according to the data of the Russian Public Opinion…