Managing Sexual Violence | GISF Workshop | Panama
|Date||26 Jul 2022|
|Time||8:30 am — 5:00 pm EST |2:30 pm—11:00 pm BST|
|Address||Panama City, Panama|
To provide participants with an understanding of the challenges and best practice opportunities for managing sexual violence against aid workers. The workshop is for all senior NGO staff with Security management and/or safeguarding responsibilities
The workshop is run under Chatham House Rule to ensure participants can discuss organisation challenges, learnings and best practice for a better understanding across the sector as well as to feed into GISF research on this topic.
This workshop identifies and discusses challenges and good practice for managing sexual violence in the aid sector, particularly as it relates to incidents against our own staff.
A gender and diversity lens is applied to each component of the workshop.
Tuesday 26th July: 08.30 – 17.00
Location: Panama, Final venue TBC
The workshop is free but participants must cover all their costs, e.g. flights, accommodation, etc.
If the workshop is oversubscribed, organisations may be limited to one place. A waiting list for 2nd places will be maintained and will be offered on a first-come-first-served basis.
To register interest in attending, please register via the booking link below. Each interested participant should register separately. Before confirmation of registration, we may ask for additional information regarding the participants’ role to ensure we have the right participants. Please be advised GISF members will receive priority, but interested parties should register their interest.
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