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Mobile Guide: Managing Sexual Violence Against Aid Workers

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25 June 2021
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Mobile Guide: Managing Sexual Violence Against Aid Workers

GISF have recently developed a new interactive Managing Sexual Violence Guide together with Disaster Ready in English and Arabic.

Sexual violence in all its forms violates human rights. Organisations have a duty of care to respond to incidents of sexual violence against their staff. This free, interactive guide aims to support aid agencies in preventing, being prepared for, and responding to incidents of sexual violence against their staff. Learn how to establish policies and procedures to effectively manage and respond to incidents of sexual violence in the workplace.

This free, interactive guide aims to support aid agencies in preventing, being prepared for, and responding to incidents of sexual violence against their staff. Learn how to establish policies and procedures to effectively manage and respond to incidents of sexual violence in the workplace.

You can access the interactive guides here.

Ready to Go Mobile Guides, with a downloadable PDF included with the course, are designed specifically for mobile devices (smartphones and tablets) to support learners on the go.

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