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)
September 18, 2018: A senior UN Women official, Ravi Karkara was dismissed from his post following an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment. Code Blue’s Sharanya Kanikkannan comments. (UN Photo / Devra Berkowitz)
August 16, 2018: The Guardian’s Hannah Summers reports on Prashanti Tiwari’s sexual assault and harassment claim against UNFPA’s Representative in India, Diego Palacios. Code Blue’s Sharanya Kanikkannan comments on the mishandling of the investigation. (Photo: Twitter)
July 22, 2018: In an op-ed for Section 27 and the Treatment Action Campaign’s (TAC) ‘Spotlight’, Code Blue’s Paula Donovan reveals leaked information about UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibé’s plan to dismantle the agency within the year. (UN Photo / Mark Garten)
June 3, 2018: Code Blue’s Paula Donovan revealed that the official chairing the board of UNAIDS said its leaders have “no appetite” for pursuing action over specific sexual harassment allegations, reports The Independent. (UN Photo / Cia Pak)
May 14, 2018: We’ve raised serious concerns about the UN’s decision to “reopen” the sexual assault and harassment case against Luiz Loures, former Deputy Executive Director of UNAIDS. The UN has so far been unwilling to answer basic questions about the mandate and scope of the new investigation. Watch as Farhan Haq, Deputy Spokesman for the Secretary-General, fields skeptical queries from members of the UN press corps. (UN WebTV)
April 30, 2018: AP reports the UN’s decision to reopen an investigation in sexual harassment claims at UNAIDS. Code Blue’s Paula Donovan, explains the need for a Temporary Independent Oversight Panel to monitor UN investigations and decision-making on sexual offenses. (UN Photo / John Isaac)
April 30, 2018: Martina Brostrom, the claimant in the high profile sexual assault and harassment case against former Deputy Executive Director of UNAIDS, Luiz Loures, has, “no confidence,” in the UN’s decision to reopen an internal investigation into the case. Code Blue argues that the same conflicts of interest that marred the first inquiry, will be present in the reopened investigation.
April 30, 2018: The country director for UNAIDS in Ethiopia, a key witness in the sexual assault investigation involving UNAIDS’ Luiz Loures, has been suspended after giving evidence to support claims against Loures. Code Blue’s Paula Donovan calls the move “pure intimidation tactics”. (UN Photo / Manuel Elias)
April 27, 2018: UNAIDS has reopened a sexual assault investigation into a top official after a heavily criticised earlier probe cleared him of wrongdoing, a letter seen by AFP on Friday showed. (UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe).
April 27, 2018: The United Nations will reopen an investigation into allegations of sexual assault by the former Deputy Executive Director of UNAIDS, Luiz Loures, after the original inquiry, criticized as "deeply flawed" by his accuser, cleared him earlier this year. (UN Photo / JC McIlwaine)
April 26, 2018: In the weeks following revelations of gross mishandling of sexual assault and sexual harassment claims at UNAIDS, civil society organizations are speaking out against UNAIDS’ Executive Director, Michel Sidibé. (UN Photo / Rick Bajornas)
April 19, 2018: AFP's Ben Simon reports on mounting pressure on the Executive Director of UNAIDS, Michel Sidibé, to be held to account for sheltering top UNAIDS officials accused of wrongdoing, including sexual assault. (UN Photo / Jean-Marc Ferré)
April 17, 2018: The Lancet issues a powerful editorial on sexual harassment and abuse at UNAIDS (UN Photo/ Eskinder Debebe)
April 17, 2018: In a special in-depth report, The Lancet's John Zarocostas reports on the mishandling of sexual harassment and assault claims at UNAIDS, and mounting pressure on its Executive Director. Code Blue's Paula Donovan remarks on the UN's flawed internal system and calls for Temporary Independent Oversight Panel to closely monitor and evaluate, in real time, the UN’s response to individual allegations of sexualised offences. (Photo: WikiCommons)
March 30, 2018: In an exclusive interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour, a United Nations staff member, Martina Brostrom spoke publicly about allegations of sexual assault and sexual harassment against UN assistant secretary general, Dr. Luiz Loures, (UNAIDS). Code Blue's Paula Donovan, who brought Ms. Brostrom's appeal to CNN, makes the case for an, "external neutral, and independent body" to handle such allegations.
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)
March 24, 2018: The Intercept's Madeline Kane interviews survivors of UN sexual assault and harassment. Code Blue's Paula Donovan unpacks the UN's flawed approach to allegations and the need for an independent, impartial Special Court Mechanism to investigate and address cases. (UN Photo / Jean-Marc Ferré)
March 16, 2018: The Code Blue Campaign comments on the UN Secretary-General's claims of a "downward trend" in allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse in 2017, and points out that complaints against the UN's own civilian personnel represented 62% across the system.
March 14, 2018: In a bizarre speech to UNAIDS staff, the head of UNAIDS, Michel Sidibé, took aim at harassment whistleblowers and praised his outgoing deputy accused of assault for taking taking the ‘high road’, reports The Guardian's Rebecca Ratcliffe. (UN Photo / Mark Garten)
March 8, 2018: Foreign Policy's Lauren Wolfe examines leaked reports on the mishandling of a sexual assault investigation in UNAIDS, revealing the UN's faulty investigative standards and a deep-rooted culture of impunity when it comes to sexual harassment and sexual assault. (UN Photo / Milton Grant)
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)
February 27, 2018: Devex's Sophie Edwards reports on accountability gaps in the aid sector laid bare in the recent Oxfam scandal, and Code Blue's proposal for an independent Special Court Mechanism to address such abuses by UN Personnel. (Shutterstock.com)
February 23, 2018: Luiz Loures, UNAIDS' deputy chief who was investigated for sexual assault and sexual harassment, will not seek to extend contract, reports The Guardian's Rebecca Ratcliffe. Code Blue's Paula Donovan comments. (UN Photo/JC McIlwaine)
February 14, 2018: UNAIDS employees have been approached to sign a letter in support of a top UNAIDS official at the center of a recent sexual assault and sexual harassment investigation, reports The Guardian's Rebecca Ratcliffe. (UN Photo/Michal Novotny)
February 14, 2018: More details emerge on the mishandling of an investigation into a sexual assault allegation against a top official at UNAIDS. Code Blue's Paula Donovan comments. (Photo: WikiCommons)
February 13, 2018: The man at the center of a sexual exploitation scandal at Oxfam was dismissed by another British NGO seven years earlier for similar misconduct, IRIN has found. (UN Photo / Logan Abassi)
February 7, 2018: AFP reports on the mishandling of an investigation into alleged sexual assault by a top-level official in UNAIDS. (Photo: WikiCommons)
February 7, 2018: The Guardian's Rebecca Ratcliffe reports on an open letter to the UN Secretary-General sent by AIDS-Free World's Code Blue Campaign, detailing the gross mishandling of an investigation of alleged sexual assault and harassment by a high-ranking official at UNAIDS. (UN Photo / Kim Haughton)
January 18, 2018: The Guardian's Rebecca Ratcliffe writes on the UN's culture of impunity regarding sexual harassment and assault among UN staff. Code Blue's Paula Donovan comments. (Photo: Shutterstock.com)