The aim of this policy is to ensure that the IFRC takes every necessary step to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse by IFRC Personnel and to respond adequately to those incidents it cannot prevent. Ensuring the well-being of the survivor and accountability and integrity of our engagement with members of local communities is inherent to this aim. Ensuring fair treatment of personnel accused of SEA in accordance with the IFRC Internal Rules is inherent to this policy.

Download: IFRC Secretariat Policy on Prevention and Response to Sexual Exploitation Abuse

Publication date: 07/06/2018

Document status: Final

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