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United Edge Spotlight Event -- Safeguarding: From Compliance to Justice - Speaker view
Laura (she/her)
37:11
Just step off camera for one second
Meg, Dharug & Gundungurra Country
42:51
Some people trying to get in are getting a message that it's at max capacity. should they keep trying?
Yin Yin Win - Khan Ti Foundation
44:12
Good afternoon everyoneI am Yin Yin Win - Myanmar
Kushal Neogy (Catholic Relief Services)
44:29
Hello to all
Sophany Leang
44:32
Good Afternoon from Cambodia, I am Phany from Basic Justice Approaches Training 2019, Nice to meet you, all, thanks
Princess Elliot
45:01
Good morning everyone.
Sovattha_Cambodia
45:05
Good afternoon, this is Sovattha from Cambodia :)
Jasmine Ching_AFC
45:05
hello Jasmine here from Malaysia. Apologies I can't turn on my video for now
Kushal Neogy (Catholic Relief Services)
45:08
India
Dilli Dotel
45:08
Namaste All of you
Jasmin B
45:10
london
Clodagh McCarthy
45:11
UK
Jessica Watson
45:11
Switzerland
claudioschuftan
45:12
Claudio Saigon
Laura (she/her)
45:12
Ibiza
Sobuj (He/Him)
45:14
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Pooja (she/her)
45:14
India
Quillah's
45:14
Canada
Laura Marchesini
45:15
Hi everyone. I am in Italy
Matt (he/him)
45:15
Good morning from a gray and rainy London!
Seng Aung Sein Myint
45:15
Burma 🇲🇲
Meg, Dharug & Gundungurra Country
45:15
Sydney, Australia
Anjola Aliaj
45:15
Hello from Abania
Jonas Schaefer
45:15
Hello from Geneva, Switzerland
Linda (she/her)
45:15
Myanmar
Zugwai Madaki
45:15
Nigeria
Htwe
45:16
Myanmar
Ville Lehtinen (Global)
45:16
Finland
Coree Steadman
45:16
Hello from London
Charel Krieps, Caritas
45:16
Brussels, Belgium
Janine Vicente
45:16
Mabuhay! Philippines! 🙂
Chelsea Crowcroft
45:16
Hello everyone! I'm in Wales
Jane Coles (she/her) Youth Engagement Officer
45:17
Good morning from London UK :)
Lucie Sarkadyova (Global)
45:17
Hi everyone from Prague:-)
Sarah Martin (She/Her)
45:17
Kefalonia, Greece
David Yambasu
45:17
Sierra Leone
Renée Z
45:17
Hi everyone, this is Renee, joining from Ireland.
Kailash Shrestha
45:17
Nepal
Rabia Gungor (She/Her)
45:17
Good morning everyone! I am in Turkey
Nankyer Boki
45:17
Nigeria
jinda-MC
45:18
jinda- Syria
Prisca Amatya
45:18
Nepal
Suvekshya_Practical Action
45:18
Nepal
Peter
45:18
Malaysia
Albino
45:18
Cairo-Egypt
Yi-Lan (FORUM-ASIA)
45:18
Hello, this is Yi-Lan from Bangkok
Jaya M (she/her)
45:19
Namaste from India
Becky, Hong Kong
45:19
Hong kong
Win Tun Kyi-Myr
45:19
Myanmar
Oliva Greene
45:19
Utrecht, the Netherlands
Poushali Barua
45:19
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Shobha Ram Bhandari
45:19
Good afternoon everyone I am Shobharam from Nepal
Amany Ahmed-StARS
45:20
Egypt
Sekar Aji
45:20
Indonesia
Monika Bakayoko-Topolska
45:20
Szczecin, Poland
maria.dali
45:20
Netherlands
Caroline Nalyanya
45:20
Good afternoon from Kenya
Sandra Neville
45:20
Hello from Ireland, Sandra
Sarah Martin (She/Her)
45:20
Kalimera!
Gareth Davies (he/him)
45:21
London UK
Jacinta she/her
45:21
Jacinta from Sydney, Australia
Yin Nwe Oo
45:21
Myanmar
Helen Catton Lao
45:21
lao
Eugene Zaw Htike
45:22
Myanmar
Melissa Campbell
45:22
UK
Dilli Dotel
45:22
Namaste everybody!
Lucky Mbonani
45:22
Kenya
Kristina
45:22
Indonesia
Cathy Johnson
45:22
Hi all, I'm in the UK
AimeeMp
45:22
Nairobi
Mayumi Fuchi
45:23
Good morning, Mayumi originally from Japan but based in the UK
Lily Gomes
45:23
Good Afternoon to All! I am form Caritas Bangladesh!
Mamata Rai
45:23
Nepal
Karen Allen
45:23
UK - the north east which is the best part!
Anne Fitzpatrick (ALWS)
45:23
Good evening from Australia
Lipo (he/him)
45:23
Fiji Islands
AnnaDenise Bolks
45:23
Switzerland
Shova Gurung
45:23
Nepal
Anu
45:24
Greetings from Helsinki, Finland
cara (she/her)
45:24
Thai-Myanmar border
Imadadha
45:24
Hi All, this is Israa from Jordan
Janneke
45:24
Amsterdam
Lone Lindholt
45:24
Lone Lindholt, Laos
Nik Clifton
45:25
Ivory Coast
Menaca Calyaneratne
45:25
Sri Lanka ( in the hills )
Sophie Jenkins
45:26
Sydney Australia, Gadigal Country
Vicky Ferguson
45:26
Morning fom a very grey London, UK
Sujat.Shramanera
45:26
Hello Namaste every one from Nepal
Pabitra Chaudhary_Mercy Corps
45:27
Nepal
Snow
45:27
Hello from Myanmar!
Wellington.Leama
45:28
Good morning, I am Wellington Leama from Liberia
Jeshua Hope
45:28
Bula, Jeshua from Fiji
wint nandar aung
45:28
hello
Franklin sathyanathan
45:29
Greetings from India!
Mazza Dolib
45:29
Uppsala, Sweden
PannEi
45:30
Hello Everyone, good afternoon and good morning :) I am Pann Ei from Myanmar
Jae-Eun Noh
45:30
Brisbane, Australia..
Tricia Keys
45:31
hi everyone, joining from Sydney, Australia
Vilde S. Wiig
45:31
Oslo, Norway
PENINNAH VULIMU
45:32
Peninnah Vulimu works for Leonard Cheshire,Kenya-Kisumu
Sushma Pawar
45:32
India
Ruth (she/her)
45:32
Hi from Sheffield in UK!
Pauline
45:33
Hi Everyone. I am Pauline, South Sudan
Kirsty Milev
45:33
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Dambar Singh Gurung
45:33
Nepal
Manju Pandey
45:33
Hello everyone this is Manju from Nepal
Duvert K. Kimok
45:34
Dakar, Senegal
Christy Abraham
45:35
Bengaluru, India.
Princess Elliot
45:36
Am Princess Elliot from Sierra Leone
Rudrani (Girl Effect)
45:37
Calcutta, India!
Amanda Bangura (she/her)
45:37
Amanda Bangura, Malawi
Melissa Ireland
45:38
London
Hilaria Ananda Wibowo
45:38
Good afternoon from Indonesia! 🇮🇩
Josiane
45:40
Hello Josiane from Rwanda
Chefor
45:41
Hi everyone, I a Chefor form Cameroon
Dauda-The Needy Today
45:42
Sierra Leone
jpang
45:42
London
Katie Nyhan ADRA
45:42
Good afternoon everyone from Australia
Vantha Tou
45:42
Vantha from Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Dailes Judge
45:43
Zambia
DR ELEANOR NWADINOBI
45:43
Greetings from Dr Eleanor Nwadinobi of RSH Nigeria
Muna Fayyad
45:47
Jordan
Aye Aye Myint (Mercy Corps Myanmar)
45:47
Mingalarbar everyone.. I m Aye Aye Myint from Myanmar...
Lucky Mbonani
45:47
Kenya
wint nandar aung
45:48
hi from myanmar
iPhone
45:49
Hi
Moe, AyeMya (FAO-Myanmar)
45:49
Good afternoon, everyone. I am Aye Mya Moe, Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist, FAO - Myanmar, Emergency Programme.
carine.elia
45:50
Carine Elia Lebanon
iPhone
45:52
Jordan
Adhana H
45:53
Eritrean person from Egypt
PENINNAH VULIMU
45:55
Kenya
RITHY(Damnok Toek)
45:56
Good afternoon everyone ! I am LONG Sanrithy, from Damnok Toek organization, Cambodia.
Effy Vessaz
46:01
Habari from the Comoros
Imadadha
46:01
Jordan
Yasna Rahman
46:02
Bangladesh
Lana Woolf (she/her)
46:02
My name is Lana Woolf, from Edge Effect. I am in Naarm (Melbourne, Australia)
AimeeMp
46:02
Kenya
Mousumi
46:03
Hello from India
Gaelle Pertot
46:03
Scotland!
Chefor
46:04
Cameroon
Linda Dembo
46:04
hi, it's Linda Dembo, I work with Malawi Scotland Partnership. I am on Lilongwe the capital of Malawi. happy to be here
Oluchi Ihedoro
46:09
Greetings. Oluchi Ihedoro from Lagos, Nigeria
Wellington.Leama
46:11
Liberia
Thobes Ncube
46:13
Thobes from Zimbabwe
Lucy Stoner
46:14
Hello from London
Blandina Bobson
46:23
Kenya
shiela (she/her)
46:27
Hi from the Philippines
SSimon
46:32
Hello from Nigeria
Shafqat Ullah Concern
46:39
good afternoon from Abbottabad Pakistan
Zuwena Plata
46:40
Good afternoon from Tanzania!
Dambar Singh Gurung
46:46
Hello Namaste to every body from the Himalayan Country Nepal
Mary Munjua
46:47
Greetings from Kenya!
Kuch Phattana
46:59
Good morning everyone, I am Phattana Kuch from Damnok Toeuk organization, Cambodia
Yvonne
47:34
Hello. Yvonne Nakimuli from Uganda
Madanika Mukhia
48:20
Good Afternoon! Madanika from Caritas Nepal
Anthony (GREEN-Hakha), Myanmar
48:21
Good evening all. I am Anthony, programme manager of Grassroots Empowerment and Ecosystem Nurturing(GREEN) LNGO/CSO from Myanmar.
Caritas EHED - Batticaloa
48:52
sri lanka batticaloa
Heather.Macey
49:15
Good evening I am Regional Emergency Director with IRC in MENA, Heather Macey
Matt (he/him)
49:25
www.unitededge.net/events
Jeannette C Nduwamariya
49:41
Hello, this is Jeannette Nduwamariya, Global Safeguarding Advisor- CARE USA based in Kigali
Matt (he/him)
49:50
If you want to download the justice toolkit, go to www.unitededge.net/justice-toolkit
Caritas EHED - Batticaloa
50:02
fr.jesudasan...sri lanka
Janet Anaele
50:27
Janet Anaele
carine.elia
50:36
can you please share the link for the justice toolkit??
Cathy Copeland
50:40
Hi, I'm Cathy from Papua New Guinea
Matt (he/him)
51:01
Justice Toolkit: www.unitededge.net/justice-toolkit
carine.elia
51:14
thank you so much
Matt (he/him)
51:19
More about the JBA Course: www.unitededge.net/jba-foundation
Matt (he/him)
52:31
Tranformative Safeguarding course info: www.unitededge.net/safeguarding
Houda Benmbarek
52:34
Good morning from Morocco
Adwoa Sey
52:49
Hi 👋🏾 this is Adwoa from Ghana
mano to
52:56
Durani WCUK Afghanistan - thank you all
Janet Anaele
53:03
Janet Anaele from Nigeria
Frances (she/her)
55:22
Very powerful. Thanks, Laura.
Josiane
55:24
what a beautiful world
Karen Allen
55:28
It would be paradise
Muna Fayyad
55:35
Great place to live in
Frances (she/her)
55:35
Josiane, totally agree!
Imadadha
55:37
What a beautiful world
Frances (she/her)
55:44
Free!!!!
Clodagh McCarthy
55:46
Felt at peace
Lone Lindholt
55:48
Moving.....
mano to
55:48
for me not good as Afghanistan
Amany Ahmed-StARS
55:49
peace
Sujat.Shramanera
55:50
happiness
Imadadha
55:51
Freedom of speech
Susan Grant
55:51
Happy and peaceful
PENINNAH VULIMU
55:51
Serene
Dilli Dotel
55:52
Freedom for both gender
Jacinta she/her
55:53
Healthy
mano to
55:53
I think worse
Tanja Funkenberg tdh Germany
55:54
Peace and happiness
Cathy Copeland
55:54
Relaxed
Menaca Calyaneratne
55:54
without any worries
Ruth (she/her)
55:54
empowering
gwenpageroberts
55:54
Far less stressful
Sandra Neville
55:55
Bright and happy
Pooja (she/her)
55:56
joyful!
Apu Saha
55:56
The world is wondeful
Tasha
55:56
How it should be
Julia Kragulj
55:58
Exciting
Jasmin B
55:58
peacefull
PannEi
55:59
feel and imgine
Daniel (he/him)
55:59
Amazing to think about
Frances (she/her)
55:59
Restful
Prisca Amatya
56:00
blissful
Nankyer Boki
56:00
Peaceful
Jonas Schaefer
56:01
everyone has a voice.
Becky, Hong Kong
56:02
genuine happiness
winnie
56:03
paradise
SSimon
56:03
happy world
HQ PSEA Coordinator Federica Biondi
56:04
serene
James Otai
56:04
Liberating
Janet Anaele
56:05
Joyful
Janneke Amsterdam (Porticus)
56:06
sunshine and peacefull
Caroline Nalyanya
56:07
happy
Adhana H
56:07
wonderful refreshing mind points
Shova Gurung
56:10
peaceful
Imadadha
56:10
Freedom of speech
Frances (she/her)
56:13
Emotional!
Princess Elliot
56:13
Safe for all
Abdul Bari Samim
56:15
Joyful
David Yambasu
56:16
smiling
Chefor
56:17
a whole lot of self actualisationwill be made
Shafqat Ullah Concern
56:17
very beautiful, I saw garden, everyone cherishing, happy. cool breeze
Sophany Leang
56:17
I am feel good safe...and thinking about the other
Oluchi Ihedoro
56:17
Freedom and peace
Kailash Shrestha
56:18
Gratitude👏
Oge (She/Her)
56:18
a world without corruption, whereone can reach their full potential
Muna Fayyad
56:20
Green world
Manju Pandey
56:23
I see happy faces all around
Dr. Winner Ben-Abba
56:24
Nostalgic yet assuring
Amany Ahmed-StARS
56:25
freedom of movement
Anjola/ she
56:33
us
Sujat.Shramanera
56:38
corruption!
Sovattha_Cambodia
56:39
the free world is different between those with privilege and those who are vulnerable
Josiane
56:40
power holders
Jacinta she/her
56:40
corruption
Eugene Zaw Htike
56:40
The people
Chelsea Crowcroft (she/her)
56:41
hate
Amanda Bangura (she/her)
56:42
Abuse of power
Renée Z
56:42
Self interest
Kushal Neogy (Catholic Relief Services)
56:42
Do not want to sound pessimistic, but things are not simple as they appear to be
Oge (She/Her)
56:44
greed
Princess Elliot
56:44
Justice
Yvonne
56:44
Beautiful!
Pensy
56:45
Abuse of power
Bashar Timraz- Palestine
56:45
From From the point of view of someone living under occupation and unable to exercise the most basic rights, it was a great world full of love and peace
Frances (she/her)
56:45
Power imbalance
gwenpageroberts
56:45
power
Boramey Hun
56:46
power greed
Dailes Judge
56:47
greed
shiela (she/her)
56:48
thinking others are less than us
Dilli Dotel
56:48
violence
claudioschuftan
56:48
greed
Nathalie Friel
56:48
greed!
carine.elia
56:48
injustice
Tanja Funkenberg tdh Germany
56:49
poverty
Amany Ahmed-StARS
56:49
racism
Menaca Calyaneratne
56:49
selfishness
John Doughty (he/him)
56:49
Oppressive systems
Tasha
56:52
People thinking they are better than others
Cathy Johnson
56:53
fear
Clodagh McCarthy
56:53
power imbalance
Dambar Singh Gurung
56:54
Exclusion
Seng Aung Sein Myint
56:54
Dictatorship
Grace Owen
56:54
misuse of power
Shafqat Ullah Concern
56:54
miss use of power
Lucie Sarkadyova (Global)
56:54
ego
anne
56:54
addiction to domination
Nankyer Boki
56:55
rotten systems
Janet Anaele
56:56
Violence
Lana Woolf (she/her)
56:56
Power, capitalism, imperialism, discriminatory norms…
Apu Saha
56:56
Jealousy
Abdul Bari Samim
56:57
Neglect and abuse
claudioschuftan
56:57
greed
Lily Gomes
56:58
Injustice
Pooja (she/her)
56:58
unequal system- systems of oppression
Oluchi Ihedoro
57:00
Injustice
Laura Marchesini
57:00
Attachment to benefits
shiela (she/her)
57:00
othering
Ahab Kafansiyanji
57:00
Self centred
gwenpageroberts
57:00
greed
Yasna Rahman
57:00
fear of violence
Caroline Nalyanya
57:01
misuse of power
Prisca Amatya
57:02
not believing in our self
wint nandar aung
57:02
realizing that i want this to happen in real at the presence
Josiane
57:05
corrupt systems
James Otai
57:06
People who are holding power
Lone Lindholt
57:07
Not being directed by this vision in all aspects of life...
Lucky Mbonani
57:07
Discrimination
Karen Allen
57:09
Greedy, selfish people who want to maintain control and power
Christy Abraham
57:10
peoples attitude
Mazza Dolib
57:11
war
Kushal Neogy (Catholic Relief Services)
57:12
hungry for power
Becky, Hong Kong
57:12
complex human emotions/coping strategies
Renée Z
57:14
Lack of accountability
winnie
57:14
selfishness
Janneke Amsterdam (Porticus)
57:14
ineaquality
mano to
57:15
may be those who are round us - politic
Boramey Hun
57:15
addiction to power
Dr. Winner Ben-Abba
57:15
Economic discrimination
HQ PSEA Coordinator Federica Biondi
57:16
no justice
Sovattha_Cambodia
57:17
inequality
Tanja Funkenberg tdh Germany
57:18
lack of solidarity
Pauline
57:19
Lack of accountability
Susan Grant
57:19
Inequality
Sushma Pawar
57:20
lack of compassion,
gwenpageroberts
57:22
fear
Aye Aye Mon
57:22
No Future
Imadadha
57:23
Selfish
Rabia Gungor (She/Her)
57:24
Building structures on fear, oppression and exploitation
Princess Elliot
57:24
Crisis
Chefor
57:27
continues conflict
Camry Haskins (NIS)
57:29
pride
Adwoa Sey
57:30
I see happy children going to school, I see women gainfully employed. I see a world devoid of violence
Adhana H
57:32
Neglect
Houda Benmbarek
57:33
discrimination
Apu Saha
57:34
unrestful environment
Muna Fayyad
57:35
lack accountablity
wint nandar aung
57:36
justice is the main key
Julia Kragulj
57:36
Mindset of scarcity
shiela (she/her)
57:37
lack of empathy
sawsan khalaf
57:37
Uncomfortable feel
Wellington.Leama
57:38
injustice
Aye Aye Mon
57:41
No Future
Miarana
57:41
violence
Michaela Mathieu-Marius
57:44
colonialism and its legacy
Janet Anaele
57:46
Fear
Adwoa Sey
57:47
Greed,
Janneke Amsterdam (Porticus)
57:48
abuse of power
wint nandar aung
57:48
for every field
Adwoa Sey
57:59
Abuse of power
wint nandar aung
58:02
thanks too
Adwoa Sey
58:06
Negligence
Matt (he/him)
58:44
Please turn your videos on if possible so our panelists can also better interact! 🙂
Jule's-in-time
59:56
Humans inhumanity to Humans and other Ecological concerns and subsequent impacts....
Houda Benmbarek
01:01:03
I'm sorry I have a very bad connection so I keep my camero off
Miarana
01:01:42
same case here sorry
Susan Grant
01:01:48
Camera off as my connection is poor today.
Edna Tembo COWLHA
01:04:54
i can hear. Is it me only?
Edna Tembo COWLHA
01:05:04
I cant
Sameera Noori
01:05:13
i can hear well :)
Caritas MONA
01:05:19
we can hear
Dr. Winner Ben-Abba
01:05:28
Great perspective Rabia
claudioschuftan
01:05:34
Rule #1 for safeguarding us: Divided, working in our own bubbles, we are vulnerable. Uniting with others we create the needed safer counter-power
Frances (she/her)
01:05:35
Hi Edna, I think it might be your device.
Janet Anaele
01:05:36
I agree with you @Oge. Most of these policies actually exist just for compliance, no reference made to it.
Helen Catton Lao
01:05:37
Good points Rabia
Daniel (he/him)
01:06:08
Hi Edna, I think it's on your side :)
Abdul Bari Samim
01:06:10
Good points Rabia raised
Jule's-in-time
01:07:54
The Hidden Language:"Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and theblind can see." -- Mark Twain
Dr. Winner Ben-Abba
01:08:04
How best do we connect the availability of policies and the gaps that exist around safeguarding within organizations beyond it being an enticement for funding?
Kushal Neogy (Catholic Relief Services)
01:08:53
it is "behavior with arrogance" in my opinion
Karishma (Girl Effect India)
01:08:56
spot on! "safeguarding is more than compliance"
Janet Anaele
01:08:58
Having safeguarding systems should go beyond be more than donor compliance.
Daniel (he/him)
01:09:30
Absolutely Janet! :)
Susan Grant
01:09:38
Totally agree Lipo- we have shifted too much to focus on compliance to get funds.. and forgotten it is about human beings and doing the right thing.
Adwoa Sey
01:10:06
Absolutely agree. Safeguarding is more than compliance (mostly false compliance anyway)
Abdul Bari Samim
01:10:20
Good approaches thanks
Inez Ksiazek (SCHR)
01:10:22
Totally agree Lipo!
Litia C N (she/her) Fiji
01:10:32
Vinaka vakalevu Lipo🙌🏽
Princess Elliot
01:10:43
Implementation and recording
Janet Anaele
01:10:45
Safeguarding is life saving. Do No Harm.
Jumana Shafiq (ADO)
01:10:51
Awesome Lipo!
Janine Vicente
01:10:52
Policies can be used as a platform to advocate for social justice, and to negotiate to improve the community.
Dr. Winner Ben-Abba
01:11:02
If one does not believe and internalize safeguarding, it becomes challenging trying to conform.
Joyce Danquah
01:11:06
Lipo, YOU HAVE SAID EVERYTHING. I MESN EVERYTHING! THANK YOU. WE MUST WALK THE TALK!
Matt (he/him)
01:11:09
Thank you, One, Rabia, and Lipo for these powerful opening comments!
Katie Nyhan ADRA
01:11:09
What a powerful message Lipo, thank you!
Wellington.Leama
01:11:13
Do No Harm
Jule's-in-time
01:11:14
yes to Acknowledge the Duty that accompanies Every Right...
Princess Elliot
01:11:20
Thanks Lipo
carine.elia
01:11:23
very powerful and important point of view
Giovanni S. Villafuerte (he/him)
01:11:27
Thank you Lipo
Frances (she/her)
01:11:33
Oge, Rabia and Lipo, thanks for these powerful insights.
Daniel (he/him)
01:11:37
Absolutely Joyce
Kushal Neogy (Catholic Relief Services)
01:11:45
great thoughts
Josiane
01:11:50
thx Lipo , you nailed it
Caroline Nalyanya
01:11:56
Thanks Oge, Rubia and Lipo
Josiane
01:11:59
grt minds indeed
Matt (he/him)
01:12:07
Feel free to put your questions here in the chat and we will ask them to the panelists…
Abdul Bari Samim
01:12:07
Good idea
Oluchi Ihedoro
01:12:09
Great points shared all.
Diederik Slot (Porticus)
01:12:58
Referring to Lipo: I am working in a donor organisation. How can we contribute to safeguarding in a constructive way?
Anjola/ she
01:13:19
well do not let your power go, use it for the best
Mayumi Fuchi
01:13:53
Thank you all. I agree that policies are often for compliance but to mainstream safeguarding, how would you go about in rolling out safeguarding best/good practices across different locations without standardised (but adaptable to local contexts) guidelines?
Renee Wolforth
01:14:01
Give organizations money to implement safeguarding. Don’t just make it a requirement but put resources there, including your own staff.
Karishma (Girl Effect India)
01:14:39
Q to Oge and LIpo: How can safeguarding be mainstreamed in local organisations when most literature is Euro-centred?
Renee Wolforth
01:15:00
Ask the local organizations
Renee Wolforth
01:15:13
Have discussions that include them, as part of the conversation
Abdul Bari Samim
01:15:16
Q-Can you tell me how we can accountable when a child behaved in a way that caused our concern?
Susan Grant
01:15:22
How do we be more transformational and shift from compliance to Justice- what do we need to do as organisations ?
Pabitra Chaudhary_Mercy Corps Nepal
01:15:35
How can we link between safeguarding policy and program activity at implementation level?
Janet Anaele
01:15:37
Help without causing Harm. Humanity should be the watchword. Various levels of power taking advantage of vulnerabilities.
Josiane
01:16:14
can safe guarding supposed to one document that binds organizations like CRC in child protection/
Coree Steadman
01:16:38
Any good practices to share around engaging with power holders such as donors on the issue of safeguarding that have resulted too positive changes to the communities you work with?
Sarita Rout
01:18:08
Safeguarding could consider to look at influences + positive deviances rather than only reinforcing 'power' and 'positions' created under a particular dev prog/ org
Ruth (she/her)
01:18:16
I really like that - to ask "what is important for your wellbeing?"
Oluchi Ihedoro
01:18:17
Well said @Oge. Power forms the key root cause of safeguarding breach. This power imbalance and abuse is quite broad and can trickle down to even the lowest level in an organization, as far as some representatives of the project beneficiaries.
Inez Ksiazek (SCHR)
01:18:20
Agree with Rabia! Safeguarding can’t function in a silo, this needs to be a holistic approach and an underlying principle strongly linked to everything else we do
Chelsea Crowcroft (she/her)
01:18:38
It's been so powerful and informative but I'm afraid I'm going to have to jump off now, thank you all very much
carine.elia
01:19:20
how do you work with decision makers on safeguarding level when they have the power but not the knowledge and can be obstacle in the application?
David Yambasu
01:20:40
How can practitioners get over the culture of fear when blacklisting is possible based on reports of safeguarding breaches?
Abdul Bari Samim
01:20:55
What is the best methods to report safeguarding violation?
Inez Ksiazek (SCHR)
01:20:59
On the donor piece, SCHR and ICVA will be publishing a paper on partnership and donor responses to SEA cases - I believe this will be out soon and may be of interest
Becky, Hong Kong
01:22:45
Are there any glaring gaps in research and data that would be helpful to inform safeguarding practices among ngos?
EmmaCowan
01:23:19
For anyone wanting to know more about RSH - https://safeguardingsupporthub.org/
Oluchi Ihedoro
01:23:28
I like the idea that safeguarding has a global standard which forms a basis but attention must be paid to national laws, values and context for better implementation.
Kushal Neogy (Catholic Relief Services)
01:23:56
Why NGOs try to say that our organization is good, people are good, hence no need of SG policy? They do not seem to see the big picture
Daniel (he/him)
01:24:02
Nice, Oluchi :)
Menaca Calyaneratne
01:24:08
can you share what you have done differently to create a safeguarding culture within your organization.
Daniel (he/him)
01:24:33
IDP: Internally Displaced Person
Oge (She/Her)
01:27:23
Sorry my network disconnected
SSimon
01:27:50
How can a survivor get justice knowing that most organisation tend to only make referral and pull-out of the process in the name of they will keep following up on the case?
Renee Wolforth
01:27:56
How do they include survivors in their organizations as staff, without asking harmful questions directly through the recruitment process?
Daniel (he/him)
01:27:57
No Problem, Oge! Great to have you back :)
Oluchi Ihedoro
01:28:09
Welcome back @Oge
Janet Anaele
01:28:18
Proper safeguarding systems would require funding from donor/Funding partners. Donors/Funding partners have a role to play.
Gaelle Pertot
01:28:21
@Rabia, could you share any resources from local organisations that have valuable approach for their users? and good initiatives as per context?
Susan Grant
01:28:21
Rabi excellent examples.
Jule's-in-time
01:28:24
Agree with Rabia's as a white Ribbon NZ Ambassador and Int'l Justice Mission Advocate and Navigator
Abdul Bari Samim
01:29:36
How can be aware of the relevant people in the local context while there is no policy and procedure to address the need to contact and make aware of a potential case?
Kushal Neogy (Catholic Relief Services)
01:29:47
that is a great point Rabia, about empowering colleagues and communities
Amanda Bangura (she/her)
01:29:53
Do the speakers have any reflections on what it takes to truly support survivors of Safeguarding abuses - how do we apply survivor-centred approaches to support them to decide how to pursue their complaint, if they wish to do so (for adults and those with the cognitive ability to make such decisions); how do we provide them the needed resources/services to address the needs arising from the abuse?
Jane Coles (she/her) Youth Engagement Officer
01:30:59
Love that Rabia - we need to be educating perpetrators, not victims!
claudioschuftan
01:31:55
No
Christy Abraham
01:33:21
Need to take safeguarding beyond a donor-project-organisational issue to a transformational agenda to protect the rights of abused people..
Lipo (he/him)
01:33:52
Agree Christy Abraham
HCattermole
01:34:34
Hi everyone, thanks so much, such powerful reflections here! Unfortunately I have to leave now - will a report and the recording be shared? Hannah - Oxfam
Janet Anaele
01:34:39
Agree @Oge
Christy Abraham
01:34:40
orgnaisations can become the activist role models .
Daniel (he/him)
01:34:40
Wow, Christy, couldn't agree more. I think that's an amazing summary of the bigger picture! ☺️
claudioschuftan
01:34:41
You can have a friendly ear from the local rep of the donor, but when it goes to HQ, forget it. Foreign aid has a mission…
Jane Coles (she/her) Youth Engagement Officer
01:34:43
Agree Christy!
Rowena Cuanico
01:34:45
Can you (panel) cite an example wherein the values and traditions of the local community became part of or captured in 'formal' Safeguarding Policy? Thanks
Houda Benmbarek
01:34:59
When local partners are located in different places with different contexts and notions of safeguarding with different capacities how can we harmonise these policies without putting pressure or making partners feel obliged but rather a human rights approach that guarantees some protection, governance and transparency?
Renee Wolforth
01:35:48
Yes, Oge. Totally! This is a huge problem. Donors expect someone else will fund safeguarding, as they don’t do it.
Sujat.Shramanera
01:36:08
Safeguarding should be a "Donor Issue". It should be the issue of the people we work for!
Sujat.Shramanera
01:36:20
sorry shouldn't be a donor issue!
Lipo (he/him)
01:36:26
Yes
Janet Anaele
01:36:39
Survivor Centred Approach = Acountability
Dr David Yambasu
01:36:48
So are we actually confirming that safeguarding is a funding partner/donor driven practice rather than an organisational culture?
Inez Ksiazek (SCHR) she/her
01:36:54
Great point Rabia!
Tanja Funkenberg tdh Germany
01:37:00
Participation should already start at institutional level of the donor by letting so called 'beneficiaries' (we say actors) co-decide on the strategic framewrk of donors. Having advisory committees made up by beneficiaries (Children, women etc.) is a first step
Renee Wolforth
01:37:45
Yes, @tanja - Participation is severely lacking at so many levels, but especially at HQ/donor levels.
Coree Steadman
01:39:06
It’s a very interesting conversation but I need to jump off for an urgent work call. Many thanks
PannEi
01:39:30
In Myanmar, after military coup , by the misuse of power, these state actor abuse and right violation to people in Myanmar including sexual abuse and exploitation. at that time, Should INGO staff pay our income taxes to these actors to abuse and violate our communities and participants . How do you think on safeguarding perspective of compliance to justice? should we make relationship with these state actors? Very difficult situation in Myanmar. May I know safeguarding perspective only.
Win Tun Kyi
01:39:33
how western individualistic culture and eastern collectivism culture may have imact on the safeguarding we are talking?
Caroline Nalyanya
01:39:36
As an organization we have the assessment tool that is used for discussion with our partners but we encourage the issue of 'Journeying together' playing an accompaniment model -recognizing that partner relationship is important
Janine Vicente
01:39:39
As we acknowledge the gaps, I believe we should also reflect on the purpose of policies and find ways to navigate how we can maximize the grants and the checklist to advocate for strong safeguarding measures.
Becky, Hong Kong
01:39:49
How can we better support frontline NGOs to understand the differences in creating safeguards for children and young people? There doesn't seem to be much literature on it and it's really complicated
Josiane
01:39:57
great point , safeguarding policy should be ratified to be more meaningful
Janet Anaele
01:40:27
Brilliant Topic
Jule's-in-time
01:40:44
understanding the difference between safe guards and expressed action is Vital...Extracting Simplicity from Complexity Within Time and Motion... - Extracting Complexity from Simplicity Within Motion and Time....Knowing the Difference between Reasons that Sound Good...And Good Sound Reason May Save you Strife and Even your Life!!. jule's-in-time
Renee Wolforth
01:44:17
@Oge - yes to including drivers and security guards - so important and expats need to be treated just like national staff as well. Everyone is responsible
Janine Vicente
01:44:44
Good point. Involving and allowing people to understand the purpose will result to deeper and more meaningful work
Dr David Yambasu
01:46:19
our community training sessions should include safeguarding and the reporting mechanism / pathway rolled out with a trusted focal person at community and organisational levels
John (he/him)
01:46:45
Great question!
Oluchi Ihedoro
01:46:47
One key challenge in involving the right people is lack of funds to cater for logistics and other relevant needs required to achieve this. Donors request for safeguarding standards but hardly fund it. Even when it is funded, funds may not have been approved at program design stage which also requires active participation of the right people in making safeguarding decisions.
Edla Muga
01:47:08
I have a question
Edla Muga
01:47:11
but I need to speak
Gareth Davies (he/him)
01:47:39
An ex colleague in Sierra Leone worked closely with community leaders who became safeguarding focal points
Flora (she/her)
01:47:56
@Oge -Agree not only signing but meaningfully participated to it to fully understand and contextualise it to the nature of the country and also Include Donors partners in it so it is not only for local staff but Expat staff also..
Janet Anaele
01:48:43
Organizations need to make safeguarding a routine discussion in all meetings, trainings etc.
Matt (he/him)
01:48:54
Hi Ella! Would love to hear your question. If you can’t write it in the chat, email it to info@unitededge.net and I’ll get it 🙂
Matt (he/him)
01:49:02
*Edla
shiela (she/her)
01:50:09
What is that word that Lipo? We should have those powerful words in our arsenal and highlight what different cultures already have because they live justice.
Pooja (she/her)
01:50:27
such a great idea Sheila
Rosemary Heenan
01:51:10
I agree with Janet. If organisations constantly refer to safeguarding, regularly discuss possible scenarios within the team etc. it really helps to build ownership of the safeguarding agenda within the work
Cathy Johnson
01:51:15
what about when local customs and values appear to cause harm?
Jonas Schaefer
01:52:29
good question @Cathy !
Hannah Clare NPA
01:53:24
Women's rights movements have often been blind to an intersectional approach, and many people feel excluded from them - particularly in the aid sector, which seems to allow mainstream feminism to dominate. In a lot of radical spaces, the words "justice" and "safeguarding" are also strongly challenged. How are United Edge working to avoid unintentional appropriation of change movements which have developed over recent decades, led by people of colour and non-Western and Indigenous communities?
Lily Gomes
01:53:29
It is always risk when a person has not enough respect to each other specially women.
Pooja (she/her)
01:54:36
is there any existing toolkit that holds donors accountable on whether and how their safeguarding policies are enabling for their grantees?
Janet Anaele
01:55:00
Humanity first
Lipo (he/him)
01:55:07
fmasaurua@oxfampacific.org....
Tasha
01:55:10
Thank you
Amanda Bangura (she/her)
01:55:12
Thank you very much
Sandra Neville
01:55:21
Many thanks
Zakia
01:55:27
Thanks for organizing this important highlights on safeguarding
Caroline Nalyanya
01:55:32
Thank you very much for this session
Rithy(Damnok Toek)
01:55:33
Many thanks!
Dambar Singh Gurung
01:55:37
It was very useful sharing Thank you so much
Marisa Sefton
01:55:39
Hearing from the panelists was so affirming! Thank you!
Abdul Bari Samim
01:55:41
Thank you so much
Janet Anaele
01:55:41
janet.anaele@gmail.com Thank you so much
PannEi
01:55:46
many many thanks
Sujat.Shramanera
01:55:49
100% agree with Lipo's remarks on localization of safeguardianship!
Flora (she/her)
01:55:52
Many thanks for this session
Kushal Neogy (Catholic Relief Services)
01:55:55
Thank you so much for this wonderful sharing and opportunity to reflect
Oluchi Ihedoro
01:55:59
Great discussions... we cant not over emphasize on the relevance of safeguarding
Sophany Leang
01:56:00
Thanks
Dr David Yambasu
01:56:03
living democracy
Ikram
01:56:03
Thanks you it’s great session
Nankyer Boki
01:56:04
great conversations. Thanks everyone
Edla Muga
01:56:06
More advocacy to donors
Aye Aye Mon
01:56:09
Many Thanks
Daniel (he/him)
01:56:11
Start with ourselves!
Amany Ahmed-StARS
01:56:11
inclusiveness and participation
Kuch Phattana
01:56:12
thanks so much for your sharing
Farjana Siddiqua
01:56:14
Hi I am Farjana Siddiqua, safeguarding manager from BRAC Bangladesh.
Kushal Neogy (Catholic Relief Services)
01:56:14
Be an activist when you want to work on SG
Inez Ksiazek (SCHR) she/her
01:56:17
I loved the point that we need to be activists!
Sarita Rout
01:56:17
safeguarding is also about human rights
Jacinta she/her
01:56:18
looking internally at myself and my ability to be abusive but also loving
jinda-MC
01:56:19
local community participate
Menaca Calyaneratne
01:56:20
stop blaming others, safeguarding is about your own integrity
Frances (she/her)
01:56:20
Relinquish power
shiela (she/her)
01:56:21
Practice empathy
Sandra Neville
01:56:21
Inclusion of everyone
Clodagh McCarthy
01:56:21
SAFEGUARDING IS ABOUT JUSTICE
Rosemary Heenan
01:56:23
Safeguarding is more than compliance
Renée Z
01:56:23
Emphasis on wellbeing and human rights
Cathy Johnson
01:56:23
intentionality in recruiting survivors
Flora (she/her)
01:56:24
Inclusion and be an activist
Ruth (she/her)
01:56:24
local context
Nankyer Boki
01:56:25
Ownership
Rabia Gungor (She/Her)
01:56:25
Be a safeguarding activist
Gareth Davies (he/him)
01:56:25
Be an activist
Janneke Amsterdam (Porticus)
01:56:26
ask & listen
Anjola/ she
01:56:28
power share
Zakia
01:56:29
I learned today that local community inclusion is very crucial in safeguarding
Jo Feather
01:56:30
acknowledging the good practice that exists
jinda-MC
01:56:30
thanks a lot
LEAKHENA Vireaknorin - CARE International in Cambodia
01:56:31
Safeguarding is not only just for compliance issue!
Becky, Hong Kong
01:56:32
trauma informed approaches need to come before harm is caused
Aysha Joan | Kenya
01:56:33
Thank you all
Janet Anaele
01:56:35
Safeguarding is a human right issue. Everyone has a role to play.
Snow
01:56:37
inclusive is most imporant
Maggie
01:56:39
Safeguarding is a human right issue
Lucie Sarkadyova (Global)
01:56:40
I really liked the idea of involving survivors into our work and bring survivor centered aproach to another level
Melissa Campbell
01:56:41
relinquish power
Zuwena Plata
01:56:41
Utilize local language and approaches
Linda Dembo
01:56:42
be an activist
Ajeng (she/her)
01:56:42
Listen genuinely and participation
Eugene Zaw Htike
01:56:43
Be an activist, safeguarding goes beyond compliance.
Josiane
01:56:43
the safe guarding is more than compliance but rather justice issues .
Tanja Funkenberg tdh Germany
01:56:43
we should always reflect over our own doings critically
Nathalie Friel
01:56:44
Challenge power
Ville Lehtinen (Global)
01:56:46
Work to transform safeguarding from different siloes to a holistic approach.
Sushma Pawar
01:56:47
Local Inclusion
Rowena Cuanico
01:56:47
reflect on how I use 'power' myself -
Marisa Sefton
01:56:48
Localisation of procedures - the value of local customs/traditions. Safeguarding is a human rights issue and is not a black and white issue but mostly grey....
PENINNAH VULIMU
01:56:48
Safeguarding should not maintain the protectionist approach instead consider involving people that we serve
Oliva G.
01:56:52
safeguarding is more than compliance
James Otai
01:56:52
What I have picked is that safeguarding is for everyone, from donors to the last person in the organisation including those contracted like security guards
Janneke Amsterdam (Porticus)
01:56:54
responsibility for everyone
Linda Dembo
01:56:56
be an activist
Joyce Danquah
01:56:57
Donors equally ought to demonstrate commitment to Safeguarding
Oluchi Ihedoro
01:56:58
Own my safeguarding role and be passionate about saving lives
Farjana Siddiqua
01:56:59
We should respect each other.
Becky, Hong Kong
01:57:00
thank you everyone for sharing your expertise
Sushma Pawar
01:57:00
Thank you everyone
Christy Abraham
01:57:01
Thank you to the panelists... Good opportunity to listen to multiple perspectives. Keep learning and apply the learnings. Good wishes.
Linda Dembo
01:57:01
thank you
Dr David Yambasu
01:57:03
cultural values should be part of safeguarding
Lily Gomes
01:57:03
Challenge power
Manju Pandey
01:57:04
Safeguarding is an human right issue and not merely compliance
Mousumi (she/her)
01:57:05
Safeguarding in emergencies
Aysha Joan | Kenya
01:57:07
Safeguarding is a central theme
pyaephyo swe
01:57:21
Thank you so much everyone for great discussion !
Caritas EHED - Batticaloa
01:57:21
Thanks all.
Manju Pandey
01:57:35
Thank you so much everyone
Shova Gurung
01:57:35
it is the human right issues , thank you
Cathy Johnson
01:57:37
Thank you so much United Edge for all you're doing and for opening up the conversation today.
Jeannette C Nduwamariya
01:57:37
Thank you
Janet Anaele
01:57:44
Thanks 🎉
Farjana Siddiqua
01:57:47
thanks for arrange this SG session
carine.elia
01:57:47
thank you all the for your reflections and experience.
Christine Alfons
01:57:49
informative, I will reflect on this with my team as we aim to ensure inclusivity
PENINNAH VULIMU
01:57:51
Thanks to the organizers for this very rich and well organized meeting
Gaelle Pertot
01:58:09
thank you for this session and sharing valuable thoughts and experience
Susan Grant
01:58:10
Give power to survivors and children and adults in the communities we work in- listen and learn. .
Matt (he/him)
01:58:11
All of these reflections are so crucial! If we put these into practice, safeguarding WILL CHANGE in our sector!
Adhana H
01:58:18
Thank you for this wonderful sessions and I gained a lot information that can help in my work environment,
carine.elia
01:58:20
thank you Daniel and laura
Diederik Slot (Porticus)
01:58:25
Very inspiring sessions! I was surprised by the strong feelings about donor behaviour (it also hurts a little...). Sure I will take the advice seriously. But I also miss a little bit the social justice part from societies, the systems in societies. Maybe for a next time?
Melissa Campbell
01:58:27
Thank you so much for such an informative and excellent session
Oluchi Ihedoro
01:58:28
Thanks @Oge, @Lipo, @Rabia for sharing your powerful experiences and to United Edge for organizing this. Its been an interesting discussion.
Ahab Kafansiyanji
01:58:54
The practicality of preventing harm to people in a local context in the delivery of development and humanitarian assistance. This has been a great session and have learnt a lot from the panelists and questions/comments from the participants. Bravooooo….
Hannah Clare NPA
01:58:55
It's unclear what your definitions of justice and Safeguarding are - and language is so important to clarify, as many panelists said today.
Rabia Gungor (She/Her)
01:59:04
Thank you so much to everyone for your support and love today! Thank you for being so kind.
Matt (he/him)
01:59:11
Join us to continue the conversation in our upcoming Transformative Safeguarding Course! www.unitededge.net/safeguarding We’d really love to have you all there
Aye Aye Myint (Mercy Corps Myanmar)
01:59:13
Thanks Oge, laura, Lipo, Rabia and Daniel .. it is great discussion with all participants..
Jacinta she/her
01:59:13
yussss
Frances (she/her)
01:59:14
Absolutely, Diederik. We have only scratched the surface here. Much more to be discussed.
Winnie
01:59:27
thank you a bunch. very informative be blessed
Matt (he/him)
01:59:47
www.unitededge.net/safeguarding
Matt (he/him)
01:59:58
Click on that link for more about the course 🙂
Rowena Cuanico
02:00:00
perhaps a more anthropological/sociological approach to Safeguarding than legalistic/compliance
Karen Allen
02:00:07
'Privilege is held by donors and we need to work collaboratively with others, fully involve and support them in the formation of any safeguarding policies, whilst respecting and taking note of their views and culture'.
Paro Chaujar
02:00:08
So much heart in the presentations today, thank you to all presenters!
Jane Coles (she/her) Youth Engagement Officer
02:00:09
Thank you all SO much! Oge, Lipo & Rabia it's been so brilliant to listen to you. Thank you to United Edge for organising too.
Pooja (she/her)
02:00:14
could we please receive the questions and inputs from chats as well as follow up after the event? Many gems here!
Matt (he/him)
02:00:32
Join us for the Justice Based Approach Foundation Course!
Jule's-in-time
02:00:36
rights v responsibilities should go hand in hand, allow for Unity within Diversity. Enact the Int'l Bill of Rights, and other U N Convention's
Matt (he/him)
02:00:37
www.unitededge.net/jba-foundation
Abdul Bari Samim
02:00:43
Thanks
Rowena Cuanico
02:00:46
thank you United Edge Lipo, Rabia and Oge! Salamat po
William
02:01:00
Thank you so much all
John (he/him)
02:01:01
If you haven’t done the JBA course, do it!
Abdul Bari Samim
02:01:14
Thanks to all panelists
Lily Gomes
02:01:16
Thank you United Edge.
Cathy Johnson
02:01:29
Thanks panellists for your generosity
Josiane
02:01:29
thanks so much for today
Rosemary Heenan
02:01:30
Thank you
Moe, AyeMya (FAO-Myanmar)
02:01:35
Thanks.
Meg
02:01:36
Thanks Panelists for your insights and thanks United Edge
Clodagh McCarthy
02:01:37
Yes John. Do the course! 😄 Loved it…TWICE!
Rabia Gungor (She/Her)
02:01:42
Thank you to United Edge for organising this
Dr David Yambasu
02:01:42
Thank you
Janneke Amsterdam (Porticus)
02:01:44
Thank you all for your honesty. I work for a donor organisation and I often find that organisations see safeguarding as a task and do not immediately see it as something that is important. For me it sometimes feels we need to 'fight' for having the organisation. working on safeguarduing instead of them feeling the need
Renée Z
02:01:45
Thank you, really useful!
Wellington.Leama
02:01:48
Thanks so much
Kuch Phattana
02:01:49
that's great if you can share the minute
Jasmine Ching_AFC
02:01:50
so many good questions, trying to capture them all now quicky before they disappear! thank you so much for this session - very insightful
Christine Williamson
02:01:51
Thank you for this session. The panelist’s were thoughtful and challenging. Fabulous.
Muhammad Abdullah Avais
02:01:52
Thanks. Good bye
Marisa Sefton
02:01:55
Thank you!
Kuch Phattana
02:02:02
buye
Flora (she/her)
02:02:03
Thank you Bye
maria.dali
02:02:04
Thank you!
Cathy Johnson
02:02:07
notmally hate zoom goodbyes - but loved todays!!
Ayisha Nur -Christian Aid
02:02:09
thanks all bye
Peter
02:02:18
thank you all, very insightful info
Kuch Phattana
02:02:20
thanks you
Mostafiz
02:02:28
Thank you all
Shobha Ram Bhandari
02:02:34
thank you all
Abdul Bari Samim
02:02:39
thanks
bassilla.e
02:02:44
thank you so much. you need to do more like these panels
Elisabeth Yambabariye
02:02:46
Bye bye, my network was really bad😢
Wildanul-ahmad95
02:02:50
thanks you so much guys
Elisabeth Yambabariye
02:03:00
Thank you
Linda Dembo
02:03:04
thank you so much!
Wildanul-ahmad95
02:03:10
very insight full
Wildanul-ahmad95
02:03:23
see you next time
Adwoa Sey
02:03:28
Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
AimeeMp
02:03:29
Is a French session possible ?
Elisabeth Yambabariye
02:03:31
I would have asked the application of safeguarding in refugee setting