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Context Assessment – Staff Vulnerability

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25 January 2021
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Context Assessment – Staff Vulnerability

In this Red R ‘taking point’ video Katy Barnett, former senior training officer for RedR, discusses staff vulnerability. Katy talks about the dual impacts of  context and gender-based security risks. The vulnerability of female aid workers operating in society’s that view women as significantly lesser than their male counterparts increases the risk of gender-based violence. Disclaimer – this video contains stories of gender based violence. 



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