Our goal is to support organisations to safeguard against Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Sexual Harassment (SEAH). To do that, we are taking an in-depth look at the critical areas of safeguarding against SEAH.
The RSH key topics include:
- Addressing safeguarding risks
- Creating a safeguarding culture
- Safe recruitment
- Safeguarding in the COVID-19 context
- Safeguarding in a humanitarian emergency
Addressing safeguarding risks
All organisations face the risk of SEAH. Learn how to apply global good practice to create a safe environment and do no harm.
Creating a safeguarding culture
Organisational culture and leadership can impact on the risk of SEAH. Reflect on power and privilege and explore how diverse and inclusive organisations can be effective at preventing SEAH.
The Human Resources function is important. Understand how to integrate safeguards into the whole employment cycle in order to safely recruit and manage staff and associates.
Safeguarding in the COVID-19 context
Materials and tools about how to safeguard people from SEAH during COVID-19 are available to support your thinking. Find guidance and resources on how to respond to SEAH risks and issues in this context.
Safeguarding in a humanitarian emergency
Due to humanitarian emergencies, people become extremely vulnerable, and the risk of SEAH will likely increase. Find key resources that you can adapt to your context and translate.