Legal Resources – Report The Abuse
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Legal Resources

× Report the Abuse ceased operations as an NGO on 20 August 2017. The webpage and its contents are no longer updated. Thank you for your support, and we encourage all visitors to keep addressing sexual violence against humanitarian aid workers.

Upon the request of many different survivors, Report the Abuse wanted to ensure that appropriate legal assistance might be acquired, when so desired by those experiencing sexual violence. At this time, most humanitarian organisations have not yet implemented a structure of accountability for perpetrators, and few provide legal support to their employees post-sexual violence.

Our database of legal resources can be found at the link below. This should not be considered an exhaustive list of resources, but an excellent place to start. Law 
firms
 in this database have experience with labour issues and human rights. Most also 
have experience working with sexual violence survivors.

As Report the Abuse ceased operations on 20 August 2017, the website is no longer being updated, and we cannot confirm the veracity and quality of all listed organisations and information.

Database of Legal Resources