Is your organization grappling with the prevention of sexual exploitation, harassment, and abuse (PSHEA)? Read my 5 recommendations on good practices to follow, stemming from the recent report of the Independent Commission on the Review of the Allegations of Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Made against WHO staff in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). While there
Hi folks, In 2021, we know that SEA is still a problem that continues to be underreported and unaddressed. We need new approaches if we truly wish to see its eradication from our humanitarian and development operations. InterAction has undertaken a complete updating and revisioning of its PSEA Basics Training Guide, which I was honoured
UN Women Training Centre Presentation: Gender Trainers & COVID-19: What have we learned from the Pandemic?
Hi folks! I had the pleasure this year of being a panelist at the 17th Virtual Dialogue hosted by the UN Women Training Centre’s Community of Practice (CoP). We explored the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on gender equality trainers and training for gender equality across the globe. Find the report below, which summarizes the
Hi folks, this thought piece was first published on World Pulse, and independent women-led social network for social change. Accounts of violence against women continue to fill our news feeds. Recently, in North America we are seeing sympathy for a man arrested for the murder of seven women, six of whom were Asian, diverting the
What a joy and privilege it is to continue to train on an subject I am so passionate about. Building safe environments to report sexual harassment is an ongoing process of learning. Last week I had the pleasure to provide training on international good practices on sexual harassment, including integrating a survivor centered approach to
Hi folks! On International Women's Day, I was honoured to be featured by World Pulse in the article "Her Story Makes History: 21 Women Leaders to Watch in 2021" in the company of a group of 21 changemakers from 13 different countries who are connecting online to power change on the ground. I am humbled,
Does your organization still separate out issues of wellness, gender equality and diversity and inclusion? We can no longer afford to silo these issues. 5 Tips for Building Inclusive Well-being at Work I have been thinking a lot about what well-being looks like for different people, in their places of work. I work in gender
In July, ALG had to the pleasure of facilitating an inspiring virtual interactive session to discuss our vision of inclusive work environments from a place of hope and connection. More than ever, I believe we need to move TOWARDS a new vision, which takes patience, courage and conversations over time. Among other highlights we: 1.
Hello everyone, Good news! ALG has released a fall newsletter with updates on how we continue to build the equitable and inclusive work environments we wish to see. Highlights include feedback from our impact evaluation. Here is a snapshot: “ALG’s transparency with communications and ideas…was just a thrill and it was a positive experience working
Hello everyone. We have a new information sheet to share with those seeking to bring gender equality and inclusion to life. Click below to find it on our website or download a copy. Please share widely! Until we meet in person, take care of yourselves, and each other.