Mapping Safeguarding Risk

Safer Edge is frequently asked the question “how do you translate well-meaning safeguarding policies into relevant and proportionate actions in the field?" Part of the answer involves understanding the local environment. Factors such as local attitudes to women, children and sexual orientation, the presence of large numbers of vulnerable children and adults and the legal and law enforcement framework of country, can all impact the risk of sexual abuse and exploitation occurring. But, these factors are complex and data can sometimes be contradictory or unreliable. So to help we have analysed dozens of data sets across over 140 countries where humanitarian organisations operate, in a process p

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