Safeguarding governance for boards of trustees

This bespoke workshop equips boards of trustees to meet their responsibilities for safeguarding. Delivered in-house for your organisation.

Who for?

Boards of trustees and directors of INGOs and other donor-funded organisations.

Course structure

Bespoke workshops can be held at a place and time convenient to the board and senior management team and will be tailored to your organisational structure and the context you work in.

Are you a trustee of an INGO and unsure of your roles and responsibilities for safeguarding? Are you concerned about the actions you need to take?

Bond provides bespoke workshops on safeguarding for boards of trustees which support you to fulfil legal and donor requirements and develop an appropriate safeguarding culture.

Programme

By the end of the workshop participants will:

  • Have a greater understanding of their roles and responsibilities in safeguarding based on legal and donor requirements as well as international standards
  • Be better equipped to encourage a respectful and accountable organisational culture
  • Have a better understanding on how to strengthen organisational policies and risk registers as part of a safeguarding framework

Our safeguarding trainers are all development and humanitarian professionals with several years of experience supporting organisations in governance and accountability mechanisms for safeguarding.

To find out more, contact [email protected].

Trainers

Aneeta Williams

Aneeta Williams is a former lawyer turned international development and humanitarian practitioner. Her specialisms include International Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law, Gender and SGBV and Safeguarding and Protection.