Is Antonio Guterres’ ‘New Approach’ to UN Sex Abuse Just A Repackaged Version of the Old, Failed Approach?
It’s been a year since the UN convened a High-Level Meeting to highlight the Secretary-General’s array of initiatives to end the UN’s sexual exploitation and abuse crisis. In a new opinion piece, Paula Donovan critiques Mr. Guterres’ record of accomplishments and wonders when the UN will adopt a policy that could truly be called victim-centered.
THE UN’S VICTIMS’ RIGHTS ADVOCATE: A HINDRANCE TO JUSTICE
A PROPOSAL FOR INDEPENDENT ACCOUNTABILITY FOR SEXUAL EXPLOITATION AND ABUSE COMMITTED BY UNITED NATIONS PERSONNEL
Gender Parity in the United Nations
Given the power imbalance between men and women at the UN, and a pervasive institutional culture that privileges men and discriminates against women, Code Blue asks the tough question: why haven’t the women who have been promoted to leadership positions in the UN thus far been able to positively shape the UN into a more equal workplace?
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