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Can we trust the aid sector to keep people safe? – RSH Podcast

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14 December 2020
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Can we trust the aid sector to keep people safe? – RSH Podcast

Safeguarding Matters is a podcast series hosted by Paul Nolan and Nastasya Gecim from the Safeguarding Resource and Support Hub where they discuss matters relating to safeguarding and SEAH in the aid sector. They have conversations with thought leaders and practitioners who can offer insights that can help us all to better understand safeguarding and improve our practices.

On their latest episode, RSH reflect on challenges the aid sector has faced in keeping people safe and what it will take to make real improvements and restore trust. Nastasya Gecim talks to Hannah Clare, Head of PSEA & Safeguarding at Norwegian Refugee Council, and Dr. Faith Mwangi-Powell, the CEO of Girls not Brides. They make a powerful case for learning, partnerships and accountability.

You can access and listen to the podcast here: Can we trust the aid sector to keep people safe? 

 

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