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Welcome to Digna

The CANADIAN Centre of Expertise on the Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse 

Opportunities with Digna

Available Opportunities

PSEA training facilitation & content development: Two opportunities

  1. Immediate (April to June 2021): Facilitation of 3 pre-developed modules, in English and French.
  2. Ongoing: Development of PSEA-related trainings, as identified in Digna’s capacity building framework and facilitator’s expertise and availability

Research consultancy: Digna’s future services and feasibility study

Conduct a study to identify how the Canadian international assistance sector and Digna could develop collective resources to support efforts to prevent and address sexual misconduct (i.e. whistleblower hotlines, investigations, legal support, etc.).

Digna’s online database

You/your organization can be featured in a list of identified resources and professionals that can offer support services to Digna’s network of Canadian non-governmental organizations working in international cooperation in their efforts in PSEA.

How to apply

Interested parties please submit your profile here. To view the full list of questions in the Profile ahead of your online submission, download the document here.

THE CANADIAN CENTRE OF EXPERTISE ON PSEA

Our goal is to help Canadian international development and humanitarian organizations improve their ability to PSEA, towards program and project participants – particularly women and girls. We aim to increase awareness of, access to, and use of gender-responsive policies and good practices to PSEA.

Our goal is to help Canadian international development and humanitarian organizations improve their ability to PSEA, towards program and project participants – particularly women and girls. We aim to increase awareness of, access to, and use of gender-responsive policies and good practices to PSEA.

Our goal is to help Canadian international development and humanitarian organizations improve their ability to PSEA, towards program and project participants – particularly women and girls. We aim to increase awareness of, access to, and use of gender-responsive policies and good practices to PSEA.

Writing a Code of Conduct

Are you trying to develop a code of conduct (CoC) that addresses sexual exploitation and abuse in your organization? AQOCI has created a CoC template to help organizations meet Global Affairs Canada’s requirements regarding PSEA

Are you trying to develop a code of conduct (CoC) that addresses sexual exploitation and abuse in your organization? AQOCI has created a CoC template to help organizations meet Global Affairs Canada’s requirements regarding PSEA

Are you trying to develop a code of conduct (CoC) that addresses sexual exploitation and abuse in your organization? AQOCI has created a CoC template to help organizations meet Global Affairs Canada’s requirements regarding PSEA

Assess your Organization's PSEA Ability

This organizational Checklist on Sexual Violence was developed by AQOCI. It was created to support organizations in their efforts to strengthen practices to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse.

This organizational Checklist on Sexual Violence was developed by AQOCI. It was created to support organizations in their efforts to strengthen practices to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse.

This organizational Checklist on Sexual Violence was developed by AQOCI. It was created to support organizations in their efforts to strengthen practices to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse.

Accompanying Survivors

How can international cooperation organizations (ICOs) provide better support to a victim/survivor of sexual violence? This brief gives a non-exhaustive picture of best practices for providing support medically, psychosocially and throughout the legal process.

How can international cooperation organizations (ICOs) provide better support to a victim/survivor of sexual violence? This brief gives a non-exhaustive picture of best practices for providing support medically, psychosocially and throughout the legal process.

How can international cooperation organizations (ICOs) provide better support to a victim/survivor of sexual violence? This brief gives a non-exhaustive picture of best practices for providing support medically, psychosocially and throughout the legal process.

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