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“This 5-hour course aims at helping UN partners to enhance their skills in investigating allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) of beneficiaries in humanitarian settings.
- Explain the legal basis for your organization’s investigations into SEA allegations
- Apply a victim-centered approach and fundamental standards of investigation
- Follow the steps of the investigative phases: complaint intake, investigation, conclusion
The course is primarily intended for implementing partners of the United Nations, who are directly conducting investigations of allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse within their organization. It can however also be useful for other partners, who are engaged in different functions with PSEA in humanitarian settings, to enhance their knowledge of the investigative process and the applicable standards and principles.”