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ActionAid Digital SHEA and Safeguarding Risks during ActionAid’s COVID-19 Response

This guidance note looks at areas of digital/online engagement between staff/representatives and children, young people, communities and adults-at-risk, other staff/representatives. This guidance note identifies the risks that emerge from these ways of working and makes recommendations on how to embed safe SHEA and safeguarding approaches and the risk of our staff/representatives carrying out harm.

May 19, 2021
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ActionAid International Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) on SHEA and Safeguarding Incident Management (internal process)

May 19, 2021
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ActionAid SHEA and Safeguarding Stakeholder Panel Terms of Reference (ToR)

The SHEA and Safeguarding Stakeholder Panel is responsible for: • Leading the AA entities’ work on SHEA and Safeguarding, working collaboratively to ensure a holistic approach to SHEA and Safeguarding across the entity and reporting regularly to the SMT who have overall responsibility over SHEA and Safeguarding • Receiving, triaging and managing SHEA and Safeguarding concerns and complaints

June 1, 2021
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ActionAid: SHEA and Safeguarding and Safer Programming in ActionAid’s COVID-19 Response

This guidance note provides direction and tools for ActionAid and representatives (partners, volunteers, contractors etc...) on how to embed SHEA and Safeguarding into Covid-19 response work, with a focus on safeguarding programming and emerging risks.

May 19, 2021
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Audit Your Organization Against IASC MOS Procedure for PSEA

November 23, 2019
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Bond Commitment to Change in Safeguarding

November 23, 2019
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Budgeting Guidance from Oxfam

These documents from Oxfam give guidance on budgeting for safeguarding. The document is available in English, French, Spanish, and Arabic.

August 4, 2021
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Care: Workplace Culture Toolkit

This workshop guide equips PSHEA and Safeguarding, and Gender equality focal points in CARE country offices with activities to design, deliver, monitor and evaluate awareness raising and training workshops with the purpose of: reflection and dialogue on the links between inequitable masculinities, power and Sexual Harassment Exploitation and Abuse (SHEA) in the workplace and in CARE’s programs contributing to changes in staff attitudes and behavior in support of gender equality, diversity and inclusion for all, including sexual and gender minorities building understanding and awareness to ensure that CARE’s workplaces and programmatic interventions are free from SHEA strengthening women’s leadership within CARE. This toolkit has three parts: Part one: deals with key themes related to organizational culture such as gender, patriarchy, masculinity, and PSHEA/Safeguarding. Part two: focuses specifically on masculinity and men's role in nurturing a safe organizational culture and work environment. Part three: focuses specifically on resources, management, and leadership.

December 1, 2021
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CHS Alliance PSEA Handbook

This document demonstrates how aid workers can implement practical measures to prevent sexual exploitation, abuse, and harassment in line with the Core Humanitarian Standard PSEAH Index. This document will be useful for organizations that are looking for ways that they can take the key areas from the PSEAH Index and put them into practice. It also provides a real-life case study for each area covered.

November 23, 2019
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Community Based Safeguarding Visual Toolkit

The community based safeguarding visual toolkit is an adaptable toolkit designed to assist humanitarian and development agencies communicate key safeguarding messages derived from the (IASC) Six Core Principles Relating to Sexual Exploitation and Abuse to the communities in which they and their partners work, helping to break down barriers of language, literacy and accessibility. The ultimate goal for this toolkit is to support communities in realizing their rights in preventing sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment by promoting a ‘speak up’ culture. Please take the time to read the user information guide, which provides background information on the development of the toolkit, how it can be used and adapted to suit a wide range of needs, as well as a technical guide. Please note that the toolkit has been released in English, however this will be followed by an increasing number of languages, with support from Translators Without Borders. To access the toolkit, please click on the name of the resource. On the landing page, you will see all of the components of the toolkit linked. Please take some time to go through the links to determine what best fits your needs as an organization.

March 3, 2021