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Preventing and Addressing Sexual Misconduct in Canada's global development and humanitarian sector / Prévenir et combattre l’inconduite sexuelle dans le secteur humanitaire et du développement


Nov 13, 2018 8:42 AM Vancouver

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Delahanty @Oxfam Canada
Julie Delahanty, Executive Director of Oxfam Canada since 2014, is a leader on gender equality and human rights with more than 20 years of international development experience. Before joining Oxfam, she was the Director of the Central America Program for Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs, and has served as the Director of CIDA’s Gender Equality and Child Protection Division. Julie has written extensively on issues of gender and employment, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and globalization. She sits on the Executive Board of Oxfam International where she acts as the gender champion for the world-wide influencing and campaigning work, chairs the Gender Justice Committee and is a member of the Safeguarding Task Force for the organization. / Julie Delahanty, directrice exécutive d'Oxfam Canada depuis 2014, est une chef de file en matière d'égalité des sexes et de droits de la personne avec plus de 20 ans d'expérience en développement international.
Settle @USC Canada
Martin Settle is Executive Director of USC Canada, a role that he shares with Jane Rabinowicz. Together they are advocating collaboration and participatory inclusion across the organization and in their programming, with a focus on giving space to the most marginalized voices. Martin provided leadership to children and youth programming in the United Church of Canada, developing safeguards within that context, before retraining as a CPA and joining USC Canada. He brings the risk awareness of an accountant and the compassionate concern of a feminist activist together in his work with the CCIC Steering Committee. / Martin Settle est directeur exécutif d’ USC Canada, un rôle qu’il partage avec Jane Rabinowicz. Ensemble, ils préconisent la collaboration et l'inclusion participative au sein de l'organisation et de leurs programmes, en mettant l'accent sur la possibilité de donner une place aux voix les plus marginalisées.