May 3, 2019: Paula Donovan excoriates António Guterres for paying Burundi for the use of its soldiers as UN peacekeepers, providing crucial sustenance to an autocratic regime under investigation by the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity. (UN Photo / Mark Garten)
September 13, 2017 — A confidential source has provided AIDS-Free World’s Code Blue Campaign with internal case files that offer a rare glimpse into what really happens when the UN learns of violations of a sexual nature allegedly committed by peacekeepers. (UN Photo / Sylvain Liechti)
September 13, 2017: Case summaries of 14 internal fact-finding inquiries of sexual exploitation and abuse complaints conducted by the United Nations mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) in 2016 that were leaked to the Code Blue Campaign. (Photo: UN 'Keepers' case files).
June 20, 2017: The Code Blue Campaign responds to the decision to withdraw Congo/Brazzaville troops from the Central African Republic. (UN Photo/Nektarios Markogiannis)
June 6, 2017: The Code Blue Campaign has learned that a notorious battalion in the Central African Republic has been repeatedly flagged as a potential hive of dangerous predators. By failing to act, the UN is setting the stage for future abuse and placing women and children in harm's way. In an open letter to the UN Secretary-General, Code Blue's Paula Donovan and Stephen Lewis demand action. (Photo: UN / MINUSCA)
April 12, 2017: Shocking new revelations about what happened to children sexually abused in the Central African Republic by peacekeepers were revealed in a Code Blue Campaign press conference today. (Photo: SVT)
April 10, 2017: MEDIA ALERT: New revelations from children abused by peacekeepers. (Photo: SVT)
April 13, 2016: Code Blue has learned of an additional 41 previously unreported allegations of peacekeeper sexual abuse of women and girls in the Central African Republic. (UN Photo / Nektarios Markogiannis)
Le 13 avril 2016: Le siège de l'ONU a pris connaissance le 7 Avril de 41 nouvelles allégations d’abus sexuel commis par des Forces de maintien de la paix sur des femmes et des filles. (UN Photo / Nektarios Markiogiannis)
April 11, 2016: Yasmin Sooka, External Independent Review Panel on UN Response to Allegations of Sexual Abuse by Foreign Military Forces in CAR ('CAR Panel') and Paula Donovan, Code Blue Campaign will host an online press conference on Monday, April 11 at 13:30 GMT.
March 30, 2016: New information obtained by Code Blue reveals huge undisclosed numbers of previously unreported peacekeeper sexual abuse in CAR. (Photo: Aekkaphob/Shutterstock)
March 3, 2016: More victims reported last year than in 2014, says a new UN report. The Secretary-General’s answer? Leave crisis management to the top officials most responsible for the UN’s ‘gross institutional failure’ in handling peacekeeper sex abuse. Code Blue disagrees. (UN Photo / Eskinder Debebe)
January 29, 2016: The Code Blue campaign responds to the latest allegations of sexual abuse by peacekeepers in CAR, which make clear that the UN can't solve this crisis from within. (UN Photo / Mark Garten)
January 26, 2016: The Code Blue Campaign puts forth a new proposal to halt the peacekeeper sexual abuse that has plagued the UN for decades. (UN Photo/ JC McIlwaine)
December 17, 2015: AIDS-Free World responds to the CAR Panel report on the UN's flawed response to peacekeeper sex abuse.
November 24, 2015: The Code Blue campaign calls for surplus peacekeeping funds to be transferred to the proposed trust fund for victims of sexual exploitation and abuse by UN peacekeepers.
(UN Photo / Rick Bajornas)
24 novembre 2015: La campagne Code Blue recommande qu'un solde de trésorerie de l'ancien Mission des Nations Unies en République centrafricaine et au Tchad soit transféré à un fonds d’affectation spéciale pour les victimes proposé par le Secrétaire générale de l'ONU. (traduction de l'anglais)
(UN Photo / Rick Bajornas)
August 19, 2015: The Code Blue Campaign reacts to three new allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse by MINUSCA peacekeepers in the Central African Republic.
(UN Photo / Sylvain Liechti)
AIDS-Free World responds to the resignation of the SRSG in Central African Republic, Ban's convening of special session to discuss sexual exploitation and abuse
July 26, 2017: Read Code Blue’s written submission to the External Independent Review Panal on the UN’s handling of sexual abuse allegations in the Central African Republic.