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Al Jazeera: UN pledges to eradicate peacekeeper sex abuse

Al Jazeera: UN pledges to eradicate peacekeeper sex abuse

September 29, 2018: Al Jazeera’s Ruairi Casey explores the UN’s sexual exploitation and abuse crisis. Code Blue’s Paula Donovan comments on the UN’s inability to deliver justice to victims. (UN Photo/Herve Serefio)

Deutsche Welle: 'Faith in peacekeeping is being undermined'

Deutsche Welle: 'Faith in peacekeeping is being undermined'

March 29, 2018: Deutsche Welle's Isaac Mugabi interviews Co-Director Paula Donovan, on the Code Blue Campaign's work to end impunity for sexual exploitation and abuse by UN peacekeeping personnel. (UN Photo / Basile Zoma)

NPR 'Worldview': Interview with Code Blue's Paula Donovan

NPR 'Worldview': Interview with Code Blue's Paula Donovan

March 7, 2018: The Code Blue Campaign's Paula Donovan discusses the impact of the Oxfam scandal, the UN's sexual exploitation and abuse crisis, and Code Blue's proposal for a Special Court Mechanism to address abuses by UN personnel on WBEZ Worldview. (Photo: FCO)

AP: UN: Teenage girl alleges sex abuse by peacekeeper in CAR

AP: UN: Teenage girl alleges sex abuse by peacekeeper in CAR

October 11, 2017: A new allegation of sexual abuse by a UN peacekeeper, against a teenage girl in the Central African Republic, surfaced after Amnesty International publicly reported the allegation. AP references the Code Blue Campaign's report on leaked UN fact-finding inquiries into sexual exploitation and abuse allegations in the Central African Republic. (UN Photo / Sylvain Liechti)

AP: UN fund for sexual abuse victims grows to $1.5 million

AP: UN fund for sexual abuse victims grows to $1.5 million

September 28, 2017: AP's Krista Larson reports on the UN's growing fund for sexual abuse victims, while the Code Blue Campaign's Paula Donovan draws attention to the fact that the 'trust fund' provides no funds or support to individual victims. (UN Photo / Sylvain Liechti)

The Irish Times: UN moves to act on sexual abuse by staff and troops

The Irish Times: UN moves to act on sexual abuse by staff and troops

September 27, 2017: The Irish Times' Ruairi Casey reports on the recent developments in the UN's response to sexual exploitation and abuse. The Code Blue Campaign's Paula Donovan points to the fundamental conflict of interest of the UN investigating itself. (UN Photo / Sylvain Liechti)

AP: New misconduct allegations hang over UN meeting on sex abuse

AP: New misconduct allegations hang over UN meeting on sex abuse

September 19, 2017: AP's Alexandra Olson reports on the UN's High-level meeting on the Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse, days after the Code Blue Campaign released internal UN documents detailing new allegations of peacekeeper abuse in the Central African Republic. (UN Photo / Evan Schneider)

Fox: UN war on sexual abuse in Central African Republic still a shambles, internal study shows

Fox: UN war on sexual abuse in Central African Republic still a shambles, internal study shows

July 27, 2017: Fox's George Russell reports on a new internal UN assessment report, revealing the UN's peacekeeping mission in the Central African Republic's (MINUSCA) inadequate efforts to record, investigate and keep track of sexual exploitation and abuse allegations and train personnel. Code Blue's Paula Donovan comments on the UN's "zero-tolerance policy". (UN Photo / Sylvain Liechti)

Al Jazeera: UN peacekeepers hit by new allegations of sex abuse

Al Jazeera: UN peacekeepers hit by new allegations of sex abuse

July 1, 2017: Al Jazeera's Azad Essa reports on new allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse by UN peacekeeping personnel from the Republic of Congo, in the Central African Republic. Code Blue's Paula Donovan comments. (UN Photo / Albert González Farran)

AP: UN: Republic of Congo to Pull Troops From CAfrica Republic

AP: UN: Republic of Congo to Pull Troops From CAfrica Republic

June 21, 2017: The UN has announced that the Republic of Congo is withdrawing its peacekeeping troops from the Central African Republic, following allegations of sexual abuse. AP reports on the Code Blue Campaign's statement regarding the withdrawal. (UN Photo / Marie Frechon)

Fox: Peacekeeper battalion in Central African Republic challenges UN 'war' on sexual abuse

Fox: Peacekeeper battalion in Central African Republic challenges UN 'war' on sexual abuse

June 9, 2017: Fox's George Russell reports on the UN's confidential "operational readinesss assessment" and memo concerning a notorious Congolese peacekeeping battalion in the Central African Republic, released in the Code Blue Campaign's open letter to the Secretary-General. Code Blue's Paula Donovan asks, “What will it take for the U.N. to institute real reforms?” (UN Photo/Albert González Farran)

Reuters: Congo troops may be sent home from Central African Republic: U.N.

Reuters: Congo troops may be sent home from Central African Republic: U.N.

June 7, 2017: Reuters reports on a confidential memo released by the Code Blue Campaign, in which the force commander of the UN's mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) called for the repatriation of hundreds of Congolese troops for sexual exploitation and abuse. (UN Photo / Nektarios Markogiannis) 

AFP: UN commander in C. Africa wants Congo peacekeepers to leave

AFP: UN commander in C. Africa wants Congo peacekeepers to leave

June 6, 2017: The UN force commander in the Central African Republic is calling for hundreds of peacekeepers from Congo Republic to be sent home for sexual abuse, fuel trafficking and poor discipline, according to a confidential memo released Tuesday by the Code Blue Campaign. (UN Photo / Manuel Elias)

Op-Ed: Haiti UN Mission Leaving Under Cloud Of Scandal

Op-Ed: Haiti UN Mission Leaving Under Cloud Of Scandal

June 2, 2017: In an op-ed in the Haitian Times, Code Blue's Paula Donovan comments on ongoing impunity for sexual exploitation and abuse by peacekeeping personnel in Haiti, as the UN Mission (MINUSTAH) begins to wind down. (UN Photo / Logan Abassi)

Reuters: Haitian women press for recognition from U.N. peacekeeper fathers

Reuters: Haitian women press for recognition from U.N. peacekeeper fathers

June 1, 2017: As the UN Mission in Haiti prepares its drawdown, Reuters interviews Haitian women who have yet to receive support and answers on outstanding paternity claims against UN peacekeepers. Code Blue's Sharanya Kanikkannan points to a glaring accountability gap. (UN Photo / Logan Abassi)