• sexual harassment at the UN

    Data Miners See Poverty Gradations; and More Cases of Harassment at the UN

    by  • April 11, 2018 • Gender-Based Violence, Poverty, Take a Look • 

    International organizations, governments and a vast army of nongovernmental organizations justifiably welcome the sharp reductions that have been achieved in global poverty in recent decades. Data researchers show, however, that when it comes to defining who are the poorest, poverty is not a monolithic state. Two analysts from the online site Our World in...

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    A Sexual Assault Claim at Unaids Suggests a Cover-Up by Its Management

    by  • February 14, 2018 • Gender-Based Violence, Secretary-General • 

    As allegations of sexual abuse and harassment in the offices, field operations and peacekeeping missions continue to plague the United Nations, a case that has recently come to light reveals that in 2016 a woman who worked for Unaids accused a high-level official of the entity of sexual assault. The woman’s claim has been...

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    Sexual Harassment at the UN Is Alive and Persistent

    by  • December 22, 2017 • Gender-Based Violence, Human Rights, Secretary-General, UN Diplomats, Women • 4 Comments

    As its people of the year, Time magazine recently named the Silence Breakers — people who have spoken against sexual harassment and launched the hashtag #MeToo into an international phenomenon with more than seven million hits on social media. Just before the announcement, more than 230 women who work in national security for the...

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