Safeguarding Children in Peacekeeping Resources

Field research and work provides an evidence base for the project, and opportunities to trial, test, adapt and implement the toolkit. Reports have been or are being produced about findings from some

The Safeguarding Children in Peacekeeping Toolkit

This toolkit builds upon our expertise and our research, which provides the evidence-base for how to safeguard children from peacekeeper sexual exploitation and abuse. It is based on: desk research on

UN Peacekeeper exploitation and abuse in Haiti

Safeguarding Children from UN Peacekeeper Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in Haiti (PDF) By Rosa Freedman, Sarah Blakemore, Alex Dressler, Nicolas Lemay-Hébert This publication is the result of a

A seminar on good practices

Protecting Children from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in the context of UN peacekeeping operations: a seminar on good practices by Troop Contributing Countries  |  Brasília, 5 December 2016 Edited

No one to turn to

The under-reporting of child sexual exploitation and abuse by aid workers and peacekeepers. By Corinna Csáky, Save the Children The report In the No one to turn to (PDF) report we focus on ways

UN Peacekeeping report

Despite the UN’s full commitment to a policy of zero-tolerance of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA), cases continue to be reported in peacekeeping missions. The vast majority of peacekeeping

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