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In this podcast, Nastasya Gecim talks to Bintu Mansaray, a medical doctor and social science researcher, about why it’s so important to make research safe. She shares learning from her research with survivors about simple measure to keep both…
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This guidance note has been designed to help researchers and research institutions working in international development make sure everyone in the research chain, from research funders, planners and practitioners to local community members, are safe…
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  This webinar has offered participants the opportunity to consider what needs to be in place to make research, and programme monitoring and evaluation safe for both research participants and researchers.  It explored the specific needs when the…
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This questionnaire was developed by Dr. Bintu Mansaray as part of her research into trafficking. It is designed to enable research participants' feedback on whether they felt safeguarded during the research process. Dr. Bintu Mansaray is a medical…
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The danger of abuse by missionaries and aid workers would be lessened if they were subjected to more background checks before being sent overseas, a new report says. The recent report by the Christian safeguarding charity Thirtyone:eight and the…
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Following similar concerns as those expressed in the UK International Development Committee’s report "Progress on tackling the sexual exploitation and abuse of aid beneficiaries" released earlier this month, the Netherlands Government, CHS Alliance…
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This paper considers safeguarding in the context of feminist, postcolonial and critical disability studies. Their analysis of safeguarding policies highlights a need for greater attention to the intersecting structures and relations of power that…
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Researchers at King's College London are tracking down men who fathered children while carrying out humanitarian work abroad. Test cases in the Philippines found men from Australia, Canada, the US and Britain had fathered children in the country…
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This publication addresses key questions on generating evidence on violence against children (VAC) that may arise during the pandemic. It includes a decision tree to guide those considering conducting research and data collection on VAC during COVID…
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In the context of the COVID-19 response, this webinar explores the following questions: - What does ‘safeguarding’ pertain to, whose responsibility should it be to define ‘vulnerable’ groups or groups ‘at risk’, and what ethical considerations need…
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