CEO Pledge on Preventing Sexual Abuse, Exploitation, and Harassment by and of NGO Staff
The CEO Pledge on Preventing Sexual Abuse, Exploitation, and Harassment by and of NGO Staff represents our commitment to practices and policies that will not only protect our own staff, but also the communities we serve.
Moving in the right direction: A pledge to end sexual abuse and exploitation
Oxfam America President Abby Maxman hopes this is just the beginning of coordinated and collective action that the aid and development world needs to stamp out sexual abuse and harassment.
InterAction Announces Pledge on Preventing Sexual Abuse, Exploitation, and Harassment
“We recognize the long-term effects that sexual abuse, exploitation, and harassment have on individuals and work cultures, and this pledge sets out a series of promises from NGOs leaders" said InterAction President Lindsay Coates .
Zero Tolerance for Doing Nothing
With this three-year project, InterAction will work with its members towards the goal of preventing sexual harassment and abuse of and by NGO staff.
The Next Step in Combatting Sexual Harassment, Abuse, and Exploitation
“Our member organizations have already shown a strong commitment to addressing these issues," said Carolyn Aeby.
InterAction Promotes Carolyn Aeby As New Vice President of Membership and Public Engagement
Aeby will lead a newly formed team comprised of the former Membership and Standards, Communications and NGO Futures teams.
May Day or Mayday?: A Global Snapshot of Women Workers
Women have played a key role in countries’ labor movements and economic development, but gender barriers continue to limit equality in the workplace.
Amid Allegations of Abuse, Aid Workers Describe Culture of Sexual Misconduct
"More than 120 CEOs of U.S.-based international NGOs have signed a pledge promising to strengthen policies to prevent sexual misconduct by staff. Some organizations are starting to take more concrete actions."
To Protect the World’s Humanitarians, Real Reform is Needed in the NGO Community
The NGO community has a unique role to play in leading others towards change. Our missions and values tie us to a unique ethical role in civil society, so our practices must reflect that.