Reporting Sexual Violence – Report The Abuse
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Reporting Sexual Violence

× 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 The webpage and its contents are no longer updated.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.

Reporting one’s experience with sexual violence experience is far from being easy. It is an intensely personal experience, and the decision to report or not report of each survivor must be respected.

One of the questions asked to Report the Abuse is how survivors can report. What evidence should be collected in the event you are being sexually harassed? Who do you turn to when you need help?

The Guidance Note linked below is the first step towards helping answer some of these essential questions. We hope that it will help to empower survivors to get accountability post-sexual violence, and encourage humanitarian organisations to implement the tools created by Report the Abuse to get closer to this goal.

As Report the Abuse ceased operations on 20 August 2017, the website is no longer being updated, and we cannot confirm the veracity and quality of all listed organisations and information.

Guidance Note: Reporting Incidents of Sexual Violence in Humanitarian Workplaces - As a Survivor