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Launching the GOAL Global Safeguarding Case Study

InterAction Members are working diligently to protect program participants and staff from sexual exploitation, abuse, and harassment (SEAH). One Member…

August 27, 2021
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Oxfam Investigation Report

This document is the report of the Charity Commission's inquiry into Oxfam Great Britian. This report is useful for organizations that are looking to develop a better understanding of some of the risk factors for SEAH.

November 23, 2019
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Peace Corps Sexual Assault Risk Reduction and Response FAQ

This document from Peace Corps intended to help Peace Corps staff implement MS 243 and other policy and procedures related to the agency’s sexual assault program. The FAQ represents the advice and interpretation of the various offices at headquarters that oversee implementation of MS 243. The FAQ are guidelines rather than policy. This document will be useful for organizations looking for a comprehensive example of a resource guide for employees in relation to SEAH. *Please note that this document may not be up to date.

December 9, 2019
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Preventing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse: It’s Everyone’s Responsibility

Both humanitarian and development actors are responsible for preventing sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA) in their programs. However, until recently,…

February 9, 2021
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Prevention of Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and Harassment

InterAction works with Member organizations to drive forward a holistic and integrated approach to the prevention and response of sexual exploitation, abuse, and harassment (PSEAH) for staff and the communities they serve in both humanitarian and development settings.

February 7, 2019
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Scenario-Based Recruitment Questions

This document contains a set of scenario-based questions for HR recruitment interviews The purpose of these questions is to help recruiters be more discerning with their selection of job candidates and these questions should help interviewees see beyond the usual standard responses by digging much deeper into attitudes, values, and competencies of candidates in this case particularly around SEAH. The guiding questions here are meant to complement good recruitment practices; PSEAH (prevention of sexual abuse, exploitation, and harassment) and thorough safeguarding practice.

August 30, 2021