5. Other resources

PSEA taskforce

On this site you can explore the subject of protection from sexual exploitation and abuse by personnel of the UN, NGOs and other international organisations. The site includes guidance to help you to perform your duties related PSEA as staff member, PSEA focal point or senior manager. It offers relevant tools and resdources, and it has a helpdesk link.

CHS-Alliance PSEA resources

All CHS Alliance members are required to report on the implementation and monitoring of their code of conduct and their other work on PSEA. The site offers advice and guidance on PSEA as well as capacity building and learning opportunies

IASC Task Team on Accountability to Affected Populations and Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (AAP/PSEA)

The IASC TT on AAP and PSEA has collected a wide range of resources including translations of the PSEA principles in over 50 languages.

Building Safer Organisations 2007, Handbook ; Training materials on receiving and investigating allegations of abuse and exploitation by humanitarian workers. ICVA

Heiberg, Turid 2001. Commodities in stigma and shame: An international overview of Save The Children's Work Against Child Sexual Abuse And Exploitation. Save the Children.

InterAction PVO standards on SEA.

Oxfam GB. Pick-up-and-Go Training Packs on SEA.

United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. Protection from sexual exploitation and abuse.

World Health Organization (WHO) 2002. World report on violence and health. WHO, Geneva.