Last year, 99 women, children and men were sexually exploited or abused by those working under the UN flag. Those who carried out these acts included military personnel, contractors, and shamefully, our own colleagues.
Faced with lives broken and intense media criticism, the leaders of our organizations and member states have rightly condemned this.
A recent General Assembly resolution stated that “...
As he leaves office after more than two decades of service, the UN official who exposed the sexual abuse of children by peacekeepers in CAR denounces the UN's failure to uphold its principles. Read more
According to the International Labour Organisation (ILO), quality jobs that provide social protection must play a central role to end poverty, as reflected inthemost recent World Employment and Social Outlook Trends 2016 report.. Reedmore