Post Tagged with: "sexual abuse"

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The UN’s Shame: Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in UN Peacekeeping

The UN’s Zero-Tolerance Policy simply does not work and neither a particularly good job protecting the local population nor, for that matter, the UN’s reputation.

Protection from Protectors: Sexual Abuse in UN Peacekeeping Missions

Protection from Protectors: Sexual Abuse in UN Peacekeeping Missions

The UN has to live up to its commitment to eradicate sexual exploitation and abuse by peacekeepers and act upon unknown outcomes and severely deficient victim assistance.

Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence

Humanitarian organisations must commit to countering the prevalent impunity of perpetrators of sexual abuse and harassment within humanitarian agencies.

Sexual Abuse and Sexual Exploitation in Conflict Situations as a Security Risk

Sexual Abuse and Sexual Exploitation in Conflict Situations as a Security Risk

Child abuse should be declared a collective security problem. The widespread nature of child abuse in UN missions requires appropriate response from the Security Council.

Sexual Harassment in Tahrir Square

Sexual Harassment in Tahrir Square

Many have struggled to understand why sexual harassment in Egypt is increasing. Yet, it is clear that women and men in the post-revolutionary period will no longer keep silent.

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