How To Guides
GADN recommendations: How INGOs should respond to revelations of sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse. Based on the experiences and research of GADN members organisations.
This compilation of guidance and resources has been prepared by Elanor Jackson and Kanwal Ahluwalia for GADN members who are trying to ensure that their organisations’ responses to sexual harassment revelations is transformative and based on a women’s rights perspective.
GADN's Feminist Alternatives Project was created in response to our members’ desire to improve the effectiveness of their organisations in achieving gender equality and women’s and girls’ rights, and to understand better the alternatives that are promoted by feminists globally.
Insights and practical ideas to understand why and how to integrate gender equality and the rights of women and girls into international development campaigns. Aimed at campaigners and communications, fundraising or policy staff with a significant element of campaigning or advocacy in their role.
📷 GADN Members Meeting on worker’s rights and women’s rights (April 2019)