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Within the development and humanitarian section, issues of abuse, exploitation and sexual harassment have been identified as a major issue. Action is urgently needed to better safeguard community members and staff from abuse, exploitation and sexual harassment of any kind. For safeguarding to be successful it must take place on multiple levels and be built on the foundations of accountability, transparency and respect – organisational culture and norm change is also necessary to address the root causes of abuse. Read more here

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