GCPS undertook a review of all SEAH cases across the Oxfam International confederation (excluding OGB) dating back to 2011, which contributed to the findings of the Independent Commission report.
GCPS was part of the team engaged to conduct an evaluative review of PSEA measures across UNHCR. As well as working with the team as a whole, GCPS had a specific remit to review response measures in relation to investigations and disciplinary measures.
developed by GCPS for CHS Alliance, is a complete quick reference guide to implementing measures for protection from sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA) in an organisation or project. Each chapter includes a case study sharing how specific organisations tackled implementation and can be used by organisations which are just beginning to put PSEA measures in place or by more experienced organisations to check that their PSEA work fully reflects current good practice.
GCPS developed this resource in consultation with Plan International staff across the world, including focus group discussions in 27 countries and inputs from child protection specialists. The document integrates their experience with global interagency evidence and defines community-based child protection mechanisms, as well as establishing guiding principles and good practice criteria for external support to CBCPMs in development and emergency settings.
is a mapping report that provides a synthesis of Plan International’s global work on Community-Based Child Protection Mechanisms. It covers work in 50 countries across the Americas, West Africa, East and Southern Africa and Asia. It provides detailed descriptions of these mechanisms as well as identifying key achievements and challenges. The report contains recommendations for managers and practitioners.
This report, commissioned by Plan International, and supported by Consortium for Street Children (CSC) through collaboration and information, and written by GCPS, provides an analysis of the situation of street involved children, how their issues are currently addressed within legislative and policy frameworks, and highlights programmatic initiatives being implemented by International and local NGOs. Its aim is to inform and provide suggestions for improved practice by NGOs working with street involved children.
This report was commissioned by the Humanitarian Accountability Partnership (HAP) International as part of its contribution to improving policies and practice on prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA) in humanitarian action.
This toolkit was written by Corinne Davey and edited by Sue Nolan from Global Child Protection Services on behalf of Girl Hub.