As a journalist, I strongly believe that the humanitarian and development sectors must take a zero-tolerance approach to sexual misconduct. It is crucial that we shine a light on this issue and work towards creating a culture of respect and equality in these fields.
To address this topic, the World Health Organization (WHO) has launched the #NoExcuse Podcast series. This fortnightly podcast series delves deep into the issue of sexual misconduct, sharing stories and perspectives on preventing and responding to it. The podcast aims to explore the need for zero tolerance for sexual misconduct in the workplace, examine the challenges involved, and provide solutions through the perspectives of those already working to create change.
Listeners can learn more about the podcast on its dedicated webpage and subscribe to listen on their preferred streaming platform. The podcast provides a platform for those working to prevent and respond to sexual misconduct to share their perspectives and experiences, contributing to an important conversation surrounding this issue.
For media inquiries, individuals can contact email@example.com for more information about the #NoExcuse podcast. It is crucial that we work together towards creating a safer and more equitable world for all individuals.