A MATTER OF RESPECT. Sexual Exploitation & Abuse Training Workshop . What is Sexual Exploitation?.
Sexual Exploitation & Abuse Training Workshop
So—considered unethical and are prohibited
TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT
A refugee who is employed by ARC must abide by ARC’s Sexual Misconduct Policy as any other humanitarian worker.
The sex life of an employee of a partner NGO is his/her own business. ARC should not get involved in what a staff person of a partner organization does outside of work hours.
Sexual violence and exploitation by respected members of the community, such as doctors, teachers is very rare.
ARC employees can be disciplined for not reporting incidents of suspected sexual exploitation that they are aware of.
Refugees who have sex with ARC humanitarian workers are just as much to blame as the ARC worker.
ARC is obligated to create and maintain an environment which prevents sexual exploitation and abuse and promotes the implementation of its Sexual Misconduct Policy. Managers at all levels have particular responsibilities to support and develop systems which maintain this environment.
Respect is the most effective way to eliminate sexual misconduct.