Ahead of a high-level United Nations meeting on preventing sexual exploitation and abuse, the Organization's Special Coordinator on the issue is urging global leaders to join the “Circle of Leadership,” lend the political weight of their offices, and act
Arriving in Bangui on Wednesday, May 10, 2017 to reaffirm the commitment of the organization to the authorities and people of the Central African Republic and to support the government in achieving sustainable development goals (SDG), the President of the United Nation
Consistent with the Secretary-General’s commitment to transparency and zero tolerance policy on sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) across the United Nations and in peacekeeping operations in particular, the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in Central African Republic (MINUSCA) and UN Agencies
In today’s world, conflicts are multiplying and increasingly interlinked.
Most disturbingly, many warring parties shamelessly target civilians and show a flagrant disregard for international humanitarian law.
The Secretary-General today released his report on Special Measures for Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse: A New Approach for consideration by the General Assembly.