Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse


WEBINAR: Practical steps to stop sexual exploitation and abuse

Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse
June 16, 2016 Accountability

Sexual exploitation and abuse of affected populations by humanitarian workers is one of the most basic failures of accountability to affected people and the humanitarian system. 

This webinar focuses on what operations should have in place in order to ensure that Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) is properly addressed, and that satisfactory protection and support to survivors of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA) is provided.

Interview with the Director-General of the International Office for Migration (IOM) on Sexual Exploitation and Abuse.

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Panos Moumtzis, Director of STAIT, speaks with DG Swing on how to address and prevent sexual exploitation and abuse of people affected by crises.

Our speakers share concrete steps on how the leadership of humanitarian operations can engage to practically stop sexual exploitation and abuse by humanitarian workers.

Panellists:

Ambassador William Lacy Swing, IASC Champion on PSEA, Director General of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM)

Mr Mohamed Fall, Humanitarian Country Team Focal Point for PSEA, UNICEF Representative for the Central African Republic (CAR)

Date: 11 and 13 May 2016

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