Safeguarding

This webinar from 01 July follows up on UKCDR’s publication in April of its Guidance on Safeguarding in International Development Research. It refers, too, to the timely ‘companion piece’ suggesting practical measures during COVID-19.   It recaps the guidance document, and provides an opportunity to see how other groups have...

Susan Kathayat is a master’s student in the Department of Conflict Peace & Development Studies at Tribhuvan University in Kathmandu, Nepal.   Susan participated in a webinar with Rajib Timalsina, our Regional Lead for Asia, and reflects here on how it led them to recall an experience that has particular resonance in our age of pandemic. ...

Principal Investigators, early-career researchers, civil society organisation staff, activists and experts in safeguarding in the international development research sector addressed the questions that we should be asking each other when working in partnership. You can watch the session here. While identifying potential partners often relies on existing networks and a...

This second webinar in a series identified good practice around safeguarding invited CTS researchers to collate their responses to UK Collaborative on Development Research (UKCDR’s) survey: ‘Safeguarding in International Development Research’. A recording can be found here and an edited compilation of the series will be available at the end of...