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SIIM Podcast: Sexual Violence: Ensuring lessons are learned while remaining survivor-focused

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9 November 2018
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SIIM Podcast: Sexual Violence: Ensuring lessons are learned while remaining survivor-focused

Much information on security incidents can be considered sensitive, particularly when it relates to very personal cases, such as sexual violence. But if we are going to reduce incidents we need to know about them.

In episode four of the Humanitarian Incidents podcast, Megan Nobert shares her advice on how NGOs should respond if a member of staff reports an incident of sexual violence.

Megan is the Founder and Former Director of Report the Abuse.

The Humanitarian Incidents podcast is supported by the European Interagency Security Forum, Insecurity Insight and RedR UK and is funded by EU Humanitarian Aid.

You can download this episode here, or listen on Spotify here.

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SIIM Podcast: Humanitarian Incidents

The Humanitarian Incidents podcast is an ECHO funding project which looks at different aspects and perspectives of incident information and humanitarian security risk management. Each episode brings humanitarian experts from Geneva to South Sudan doing everything from research to operations.

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