Details for UN DSS_Be Safe Be Secure: Security Guidelines for Women (2006)
|Name:||UN DSS_Be Safe Be Secure: Security Guidelines for Women (2006)|
United Nations Department of Safety and Security, Be Safe Be Secure: Security Guidelines for Women (New York: UNDSS, 2006).
The Guidelines are the result of specific requests from women staff members at the UN. “They are not designed to be comprehensive but to complement the existing security measures at a given duty station or mission, and to assist [readers] in taking control of [their] own personal safety and security”. The Introduction states that male colleagues should also be familiar with the Guidelines “in order to better share the concerns of women and to provide the right assistance at the right time”. The Guidelines cover travel to the duty station; arrival at the duty station; security while travelling; security in hotels; security at home; transport; personal safety; sexual harassment; and rape awareness (prepared with the assistance of St. Vincent’s Hospital and Medical Centre Rape crisis Programme, New York).
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|Created On:||07/24/2009 16:21|
|Last updated on:||09/14/2010 15:48|