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The alleged conduct was perceived as striking at the core of the Organization’s zero tolerance policy regarding sexual exploitation and the exploitation of a vulnerable population. Such conduct is prohibited conduct under both Section 3 of Secretary-General’s Bulletin ST/SGB/2003/13 (Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse) and the MONUSCO Code of conduct. (...) Gisage had engaged in sexual exploitation warranting his continued placement on ALWOP.
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Score: 623145.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2019-UNAT-973.pdf
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On 10 October 2008, the Applicant received the allegations of misconduct, dated 27 August 2008, from OHRM charging him with, inter alia, sexual exploitation Case No. UNDT/NBI/2010/072 Judgment No.: UNDT/2013/131 Page 5 of 29 and abuse in contravention of ST/SGB/2003/13 (Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse) and the improper use of United Nations property for transporting unauthorized passengers in a United Nations vehicle. 16. (...) ST/SGB/2003/13 defines “sexual exploitation” as: any actual or attempted abuse of a position of vulnerability, differential power, or trust, or sexual purposes, including, but not limited to, profiting monetarily, socially or politically from the sexual exploitation of another. 63. (...) Art. 3, paragraph (a) of the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons defines Trafficking in Persons as the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of persons, by means of the threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, of abduction, of fraud, deception, of the abuse of power or of a position of vulnerability or of the giving or receiving of payments or benefits to achieve the consent of a person having control over another person, for the purpose of exploitation. Exploitation shall include, at a minimum, the exploitation of the prostitution of others or other forms of sexual exploitation, forced labour or services, slavery or practices similar to slavery, servitude or the removal of organs. 69.
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Score: 619146.97 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2013-131.pdf
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The Secretary-General has repeatedly stressed the Organization’s zero-tolerance policy towards all forms of sexual exploitation and abuse by its personnel. In turn, Member States have called upon the Secretary-General to strengthen measures to address sexual exploitation and abuse. 13. (...) There was however an enduring reputational risk (or danger to the Organization) in light of the allegations relating to sexual abuse and exploitation of an under-age girl which were reasonably supported by the evidence uncovered by the investigation. (...) Sexual abuse and exploitation by United Nations staff undermines the implementation of the Organization’s mandates and its credibility.
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Score: 616042.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2018-UNAT-869.pdf
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Staff rule 10.4 provides in the relevant part: […] (c) Administrative leave shall be with full pay except: (i) in cases in which there is probable cause that a staff member has engaged in sexual exploitation and sexual abuse, or (ii) when the Secretary-General decides that exceptional circumstances exist which warrant the placement of a staff member on administrative leave with partial pay or without pay. (...) For staff rule 10.4(c)(i) to be applicable it would be necessary that a staff member’s actions were, at minimum, accessory to sexual abuse or sexual exploitation. On the facts of the case, as they are narrated, this would require that the woman filmed aboard the United Nations vehicle, where the Applicant was passenger in the front seat, was subject to sexual exploitation and the Applicant had any input in it. (...) Referring the above considerations to the facts of the present case, the Tribunal is satisfied that the nature of the alleged conduct and its unfortunate publicity are factors that may require that the individuals under investigation be removed from service pending investigation, notwithstanding that the circumstance of sexual exploitation is yet to be established. This is necessary to control the damage to the trust in the Organization by showing that members of the host population will not be exposed to individuals who willfully and publicly offend mores and endanger public safety in traffic, and may have engaged in sexual exploitation.
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Score: 615642.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2020-185.pdf
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UN Women found that the Applicant (a) sexually harassed, exploited and abused two non-UN personnel; (b) committed harassment and abuse of authority against an intern with the United Nations; and (c) misused the United Nations Information Communication and Technology (“ICT”) resources to obtain and distribute pornography to and from his UN Women email account. 2. (...) In this case, the sanction letter concluded that the Applicant committed (a) sexual exploitation and abuse as well as sexual harassment against Mr. SL, (b) sexual exploitation and abuse against Victim 2, and (c) harassment and abuse of authority against Mr.
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Score: 610935.94 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-188.pdf
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Videos | Preventing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Preventing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Search form Search Toggle navigation Home SG's Initiatives High-Level Meeting Victims' Rights Advocate Voluntary Compact Circle of Leadership Collective Statement Legal Frameworks of Uniformed Personnel Fact Sheet Twitter Moment Civil Society Advisory Board Our Approach Prevention Response Victim Assistance Victims’ Rights Office of the Victims' Rights Advocate Senior Victims’ Rights Officers The Victims’ Rights Advocate What We Do Work With Us Resources Trust Fund Vision and Objectives Trust Fund Governance Donate to the Trust Fund Submit Project Proposals Projects and Reports Voices of Beneficiaries Data on Allegations UN System-wide UN Field Missions How to Report Resources Secretary-General's Reports Report of an independent review in CAR Resolutions Policies and Protocols Tools Fact Sheet on Peacekeeping Initiatives [PDF] Communications Materials Training News News Articles Statements Transcripts Videos Press Releases iSeek Home Videos Videos Collection of DNA samples in the DRC to process paternity and child support claims Rapòte yon ka eksplwatasyon oubyen abi seksyèl (nan lang siy e an kreyòl) - Prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse in Creole and sign language       MINUSCA raises awareness on sexual exploitation & abuse among communities Interview on the work of the Conduct and Discipline Service Launch of the 2019 report on the Trust Fund in Support of Victims of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse   Weaving a Way to Independence The Secretary-General’s 2019 report on Sexual Exploitation and Abuse - Press Conference Haiti: Helping to Prevent & Respond to Sexual Exploitation and Abuse   Victims of sexual exploitation and abuse rebuild their lives Video message by UN Secretary-General António Guterres on the first anniversary of the High-Level Meeting on the Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse The Secretary-General and other senior officials speak about the Organization’s system-wide approach to preventing sexual exploitation and abuse by UN personnel and assisting victims   Head of UN Peacekeeping on sexual exploitation and abuse   What you need to know about sexual exploitation and abuse at the UN   Press Conference: Jane Holl Lute, Special Coordinator on Improving the United Nations Response to Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (CSW62)   'This role is to give a voice to the victims' - Jane Connors, Victims' Rights Advocate Bella Benigne Kazeneza combats sexual exploitation and abuse (MINUSCA) Willikon Barthélémy combats sexual exploitation and abuse (MINUSCA)   Rachel Ongaba-Boma combats sexual exploitation and abuse (MINUSCA) Sexual exploitation & abuse: Igor Fabrice Bangalo’s message to his peers (MINUSCA) Charlotte Kurusumu Muongo combats sexual exploitation and abuse (MONUSCO)   Sexual Exploitation and Abuse: Message to the troops Fight against sexual exploitation and abuse at night Sexual exploitation and abuse problem not new; not unique to the UN - Jane Holl Lute   UN whistleblower protection policy: 'We have a right to expect the best from each other' - Jane Holl Lute Bouar: le commandant de la Force appelle à lutter contre les abus sexuels UN Chief on Protection Measures from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse   UN: "We all have to do what we can" to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse Jane Holl Lute discusses response to sexual exploitation and abuse Fighting Sexual Exploitation and Abuse - a Civil Society Perspective   Welcome speech by H.E. 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António Guterres, United Nations Secretary-General, for the Chiefs of Defence Conference The Secretary-General and other senior officials speak about the Organization’s system-wide approach to preventing sexual exploitation and abuse by UN personnel and assisting victims Head of UN Peacekeeping on sexual exploitation and abuse     What you need to know about sexual exploitation and abuse at the UN   Press Conference: Jane Holl Lute, Special Coordinator on Improving the United Nations Response to Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (CSW62) 'This role is to give a voice to the victims' - Jane Connors, Victims' Rights Advocate   Bella Benigne Kazeneza combats sexual exploitation and abuse (MINUSCA) Willikon Barthélémy combats sexual exploitation and abuse (MINUSCA) Rachel Ongaba-Boma combats sexual exploitation and abuse (MINUSCA)   Sexual exploitation & abuse: Igor Fabrice Bangalo’s message to his peers (MINUSCA) Charlotte Kurusumu Muongo combats sexual exploitation and abuse (MONUSCO) Sexual Exploitation and Abuse: Message to the troops   Fight against sexual exploitation and abuse at night Sexual exploitation and abuse problem not new; not unique to the UN - Jane Holl Lute UN whistleblower protection policy: 'We have a right to expect the best from each other' - Jane Holl Lute   Bouar: le commandant de la Force appelle à lutter contre les abus sexuels UN Chief on Protection Measures from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse UN: "We all have to do what we can" to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse   Jane Holl Lute discusses response to sexual exploitation and abuse Fighting Sexual Exploitation and Abuse - a Civil Society Perspective Welcome speech by H.E. (...) Jane Connors, Victims’ Rights Advocate for the United Nations 18 September 2017 - High-Level meeting on the Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse 29 September 2016 - Press conference by Anthony Banbury, the Assistant Secretary-General for Field Support, on allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse cases in the Central African Republic 16 December 2015 - Press Conference by the Independent Review Panel on the United Nations Response to Allegations of Sexual Abuse by Foreign Military Forces in the Central African Republic Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 598234.7 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...ation-and-abuse/content/videos
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He stresses that the United Nations operates a zero-tolerance policy in respect of sexual misconduct, abuse and exploitation and that automatic placement of staff with credible allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse against them has been endorsed by the Appeals Tribunal in Muteeganda.5 13. (...) Importantly for the matter at hand, in cases concerning sexual exploitation and sexual abuse, administrative leave with full pay has been excluded a limine and the obligation to show exceptional circumstances to apply the ALWOP has been lifted. (...) Staff rule 10.4.c does not allow placing the Applicant on administrative leave with full pay where there is a probable cause that he has engaged in sexual exploitation and sexual abuse. Upon the record before it, the Tribunal finds that a probable cause has been made out.
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Score: 597366.75 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2019-002.pdf
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Staff rule 10.4 provides in the relevant part: […] (c) Administrative leave shall be with full pay except: (i) in cases in which there is probable cause that a staff member has engaged in sexual exploitation and sexual abuse, or (ii) when the Secretary-General decides that exceptional circumstances exist which warrant the placement of a staff member on administrative leave with partial pay or without pay. (...) For staff rule 10.4(c)(i) to be applicable it would be necessary that a staff member’s actions were, at a minimum, accessory to sexual abuse or sexual exploitation. On the facts of the present case, as they are narrated, this would require that the woman filmed on the Applicant’s lap aboard the United Nations vehicle was subject to sexual exploitation. (...) Referring the above considerations to the facts of the present case, the Tribunal is satisfied that the nature of the alleged conduct and its unfortunate publicity are factors that may require that the individuals under investigation be removed from service pending investigation, notwithstanding that the circumstance of sexual exploitation is yet to be established. This is necessary to control the damage to the trust in the Organization by showing that members of the host population will not be exposed to individuals who willfully and publicly offend mores and endanger public safety in traffic, and may have engaged in sexual exploitation.
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Score: 594178.47 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2020-172.pdf
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Secretary-General's Reports | Preventing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Preventing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Search form Search Toggle navigation Home SG's Initiatives High-Level Meeting Victims' Rights Advocate Voluntary Compact Circle of Leadership Collective Statement Legal Frameworks of Uniformed Personnel Fact Sheet Twitter Moment Civil Society Advisory Board Our Approach Prevention Response Victim Assistance Victims’ Rights Office of the Victims' Rights Advocate Senior Victims’ Rights Officers The Victims’ Rights Advocate What We Do Work With Us Resources Trust Fund Vision and Objectives Trust Fund Governance Donate to the Trust Fund Submit Project Proposals Projects and Reports Voices of Beneficiaries Data on Allegations UN System-wide UN Field Missions How to Report Resources Secretary-General's Reports Report of an independent review in CAR Resolutions Policies and Protocols Tools Fact Sheet on Peacekeeping Initiatives [PDF] Communications Materials Training News News Articles Statements Transcripts Videos Press Releases iSeek Home Resources Secretary-General's Reports Secretary-General's Reports Report of the Secretary-General on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and abuse (A/75/754)  +  Supplementary information Report of the Secretary-General on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse (A/74/705)  + Supplementary information Report of the Secretary-General on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse (A/73/744)  + Supplementary information Report of the Secretary-General on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse (A/72/751)  + Supplementary information Report of the Secretary-General on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse (A/71/818)  +  Addendum Report of the Secretary-General on Combating sexual exploitation and abuse (A/71/97) Report of the Secretary-General on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse (A/70/729) Report of the Secretary-General on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse (A/69/779) Report of the Secretary-General on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse (A/68/756) Report of the Secretary-General on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse (A/67/766) Report of the Secretary-General on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse (A/66/699) Report of the Secretary-General on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse (A/65/742) Report of the Secretary-General on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse (A/64/669) Report of the Secretary-General. Implementation of the United Nations Comprehensive Strategy on Assistance and Support to Victims of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by United Nations Staff and Related Personnel (A/64/176) Report of the Secretary-General on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse (A/63/720) Report of the Secretary-General. Criminal accountability of United Nations officials and experts on missions (A/63/260) Report of the Secretary-General on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse (A/62/890) Report of the Secretary-General on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse (A/61/957) Comprehensive report prepared pursuant to General Assembly resolution 59/296 on sexual exploitation and sexual abuse, including policy development, implementation and full justification of proposed capacity on personnel conduct issues (A/60/862) Report of the Secretary-General on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse (A/60/861) Report of the Secretary-General on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse (A/59/782) Letter dated 24 March 2005 from the Secretary-General to the President of the General Assembly.
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Score: 591847.9 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...ent/secretary-generals-reports
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Restoring dignity to victims of sexual abuse and exploitation by UN personnel 6 July 2020 - Projects supported by a  UN trust fund  for victims of sexual exploitation and abuse by UN personnel, are helping victims to regain their dignity, learn new skills, and improve their livelihoods. (...) Women in Yambio speak out against sexual exploitation and abuse 11 December 2019 - Women in Yambio are calling for justice against the perpetrators of sexual exploitation and abuse, saying they bear the biggest burden of sexual crimes. (...) In the Kivus, victims and survivors of sexual exploitation and abuse take their destiny in hand 18 December 2018 - As part of the UN System's efforts to end sexual exploitation and abuse by UN personnel, victims are at the heart of the response in the field.
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Score: 589444.53 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...nd-abuse/content/news-articles
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