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SEA CBCM Workshop Facilitator Guide - Final (06.13.2012)

SEA CBCM Workshop Facilitator Guide - Final (06.13.2012)

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Sexual Exploitation and Abuse
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SEA Sub-Working GroupJune 2012
 
 
SEA Community-based Complaints Mechanisms Workshop2
Foreword
Sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) of beneficiaries by humanitarian personnel is a seriousconcern for the humanitarian community, and represents one of the most egregious failuresof protection. As organizations dedicated to alleviating harm and respecting and honoring thedignity and integrity of everyone, InterAction members have an obligation and responsibilityto perform in a manner that is consistent with the fundamental principles of human rights.Given this, we must remain at the forefront of efforts to prevent SEA.
InterAction‟s SEA Sub
-Working Group (SWG) is dedicated to addressing the issue of SEA of beneficiary populations by humanitarian and development assistance staff. The SWG is theadvisory body to strengthen InterAction member capacity to respond to and prevent SEA, toadvocate for awareness of SEA, and to influence prevention and response capacities on theglobal level.The primary objectives of the SWG are: to strengthen InterAction member capacity; toprovide a forum to facilitate the sharing of information, knowledge, tools, etc., so as to foster cross-agency learning; to advocate for SEA awareness and influence UN agencies,governments, donors, and others on SEA policies and programs at the global level; and toprovide training opportunities for InterAction membership related to SEA.The
InterAction Framework for Strengthening NGO Capacity to Address Sexual Exploitation and Abuse 
is a project of the SWG funded by the U.S. Department of State Bureau for Population, Refugees, and Migration. The goal of this project is to provide InterActionmembers with the necessary tools and resources to establish a sustainable capacity toprevent and respond to SEA at all levels of staff and to further coordinate the InterAction
membership‟s respon
se to gender-based violence.While NGOs understand the necessity of protecting their beneficiaries from SEA, it is oftenchallenging to develop the materials and procedures necessary to address this issue withlimited technical expertise. This project offers InterAction members an unprecedentedopportunity to work together to build capacity to address SEA as individual organizations andas an NGO community.The SEA SWG would like to thank all who contributed to the development of this workshopmanual. Some of the content in this manual is drawn from other sources, most notably theSEA training, research and guidelines developed by the Building Safer Organisationsinitiative now housed within the Humanitarian Accountability Partnership. The trainingworkshop was developed by Tracy Vaughan Gough with review and input from Daisy Francisat Catholic Relief Services and Angela Wiens at International Medical Corps.
InterAction
1400 16th Street NW, Suite 210Washington, DC 20036+1-202-667-8227www.interaction.org June 2012
 
 
SEA Community-based Complaints Mechanisms Workshop3
Workshop Overview
This two-day workshop is a hands-on, highly interactive capacity-building opportunity to learnhow to establish community-based complaints mechanisms (CBCM), based onrecommended principles and guidelines, as well as lessons learned from InterActionmembers and other NGOs around the world.The workshop uses a series of practical exercises and also draws on participants
ownknowledge and experiences to enhance the learning process.
Purpose
The CBCM Workshop will take participants through a process that will identify all theelements that need to be taken into account when establishing community-based complaintsmechanisms. At the conclusion of the workshop, participants will be equipped with ideas andtools that will enhance their ability to establish CBCMs in locations in which their organizations work.
Objectives
Participants will:
Gain a greater understanding of the challenges related to establishing a CBCM, witha view to taking those issues into consideration when developing a CBCM;
Review their own codes of conduct and complaints mechanisms & identifyimprovements;
Learn how to establish a CBCM according to key principles and based on lessonslearned elsewhere; and
Develop a checklist on the process involved in establishing a CBCM.
Participants
The participants at this workshop should be staff of member organizations whose job dutiesinclude implementing measures that protect beneficiaries from sexual exploitation andabuse.

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