What is the reporting platform for survivors of sexual violence and abuse in the aid work place?

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Expert care

Thrive Worldwide

Thrive Worldwide

For survivors of sexual violence Thrive Worldwide is available to provide medical and psychosocial care. Medical clinics are in London and Nairobi, or telemedicine appointments can be accessed. Psychosocial support is available in a number of countries or can be accessed remotely. They offer counselling in English, French, Arabic, Kiswahili and Spanish. To book an appointment please email: info@thrive-worldwide.org


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Preventing and Addressing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in Private Security Operations

Preventing and Addressing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in Private Security Operations

Lisa Reilly shares some of the lessons the NGO sector has learned about managing sexual violence, and discusses how others in the private sector and beyond can learn from them. Listen here

Protection of Humanitarian Action Series: Duty of Care and Sexual Violence

Protection of Humanitarian Action Series: Duty of Care and Sexual Violence

This podcast brings together experts and practitioners and discusses the duty of care for humanitarian organisations, and the challenges of implementing it in practice. Listen here

Sexual Violence: Ensuring Lessons are Learned While Remaining Survivor-Focused

Sexual Violence: Ensuring Lessons are Learned While Remaining Survivor-Focused

Listen to Megan Nobert – Founder and Former Director of Report the Abuse – share her advice on how NGOs should respond if a member of staff reports an incident of sexual violence.