preventing sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment
The purpose of the GADN Preventing Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment (PSEAH) group is try to ensure that the UK sector’s response on sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment and safeguarding is rooted in an understanding of gender and other power inequalities.
Fenella Porter, Oxfam
Joan Summers, Marie Stopes
A steering group provides strategic direction and practical proposals and support.
To provide a platform for learning and best practice amongst GADN members on safeguarding
To coordinate input to DFID and other key decision makers’ initiatives and consultations on safeguarding, including via Bond
To promote feminist analysis of sexual harassment, abuse and exploitation across the sector, particularly ensuring that voices of women from the global south are heard.
Confronting sexual violence and abuse in the aid industrial complex: Towards transnational feminist responses Nancy Kachingwe for GADN (2018)
Safeguarding and Beyond Report of a GADN workshop Heather Cole for GADN (2018)
Guidance and resources on gender reviews, support to survivors of violence, sexual harassment and safeguarding Elanor Jackson and Kanwal Ahluwalia for GADN (2018)
Speech given at the International Summit on Tackling Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Sexual Harassment in the Aid Sector, October 18th 2018 - Alina Potts, Research Scientist, The Global Women's Institute, George Washington University (2018)