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Preventing and Addressing SEA in Private Security Operations

Published:
14 May 2019
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Global
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Preventing and Addressing SEA in Private Security Operations

GISF’s Executive Director Lisa Reilly joined the panel in Geneva on 14 May 2019, to discuss the topic Preventing and Addressing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in Private Security Operations. During the webinar, Lisa shared some of the lessons the NGO sector has learned about managing sexual violence, and discussed how others in the private sector and beyond can learn from them.

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