Opinion: Duty of care – Protection of Humanitarian Aid Workers from Sexual Violence

Duty of Care – Protection of Humanitarian Aid Workers from Sexual Violence

by Megan Nobert, Report The Abuse and Christine Williamson, Duty of Care International

This paper functions as a broad foundation for contemplating duty of care, as it relates to sexual violence. We hope that others will build on the information set out briefly here, to develop explicit and full examinations of how humanitarian organisations can meet their duty of care to provide workplaces free from sexual violence.

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