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#stopSEAH #LearningSavesLives - Protecting communities from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA): are we doing enough?
WHO has a zero-tolerance policy towards all forms of Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment (SEAH) and is committed to capacitating our workforce, partners and collaborators to prevent, protect from and respond effectively and quickly to any allegation of SEAH. Joining force across agencies to fight SEAH can power our efforts and positively impact communities, victims and survivors directly. For the rest of 2021, WHO, together with our partners and experts across the world, we will run a learning series #StopSEAH under hosted by our #LearningSavesLives movement. This and other webinars in the series offer a unique platform for social exchange and learning from each other.

This first webinar in the series will focus on the progress and challenges that humanitarian and emergency response agencies face in combatting SEAH. It will look at what exists, the achievements to date and the barriers that still persist.

Register now and share the invite with your own networks. Let’s work together to build the knowledge, skills and attitudes that we need to #StopSEAH.

Sep 15, 2021 01:00 PM in Brussels

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