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IRTs ensure that evidence of possible sexual exploitation and abuse will be gathered and preserved once it is reported. • A system-wide incident reporting form (IRF) is being field-tested in the DRC. (...) The toolkit has been expanded to include all forms of misconduct is being disseminated to all Secretariat entities, including peace operations and has been shared with Member States. • The Secretary-general established in September 2017 a Circle of leadership on the prevention of and response to sexual exploitation and abuse in United Nations operations made up of 87 sitting and former Heads of State and Governments to set an example of how leaders hold their personnel accountable for sexual exploitation and abuse violations and on reporting back to the UN on steps taken in this regard. https://conduct.unmissions.org/remedial-trust-fund https://conduct.unmissions.org/remedial-trust-fund https://conduct.unmissions.org/remedial-trust-fund https://conduct.unmissions.org/remedial-trust-fund https://www.un.org/preventing-sexual-exploitation-and-abuse/content/victims-rights-advocate https://www.un.org/preventing-sexual-exploitation-and-abuse/content/victims-rights-advocate https://conduct.unmissions.org/prevention-risk-assessment https://conduct.unmissions.org/prevention-risk-assessment https://conduct.unmissions.org/prevention-risk-assessment https://conduct.unmissions.org/prevention-risk-assessment https://www.un.org/preventing-sexual-exploitation-and-abuse/content/circle-leadership https://www.un.org/preventing-sexual-exploitation-and-abuse/content/circle-leadership https://www.un.org/preventing-sexual-exploitation-and-abuse/content/circle-leadership https://www.un.org/preventing-sexual-exploitation-and-abuse/content/circle-leadership 5 • 103 Member States* have signed a Voluntary Compact with the United Nations, a document that emphasizes the shared principles for support to United Nations peace operations and includes specific commitments to combat and prevent sexual exploitation and abuse in mission areas. (...) Zambia ANNEX II: List of Member States that have contributed towards the Trust Fund in Support of Victims of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse: 21 contributors: Bhutan, Cyprus, Ecuador, India, Japan, Norway, Albania, Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, Finland, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Nigeria, Pakistan, Portugal, Slovakia, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Uganda. https://www.un.org/preventing-sexual-exploitation-and-abuse/content/voluntary-compact https://www.un.org/preventing-sexual-exploitation-and-abuse/content/voluntary-compact https://conduct.unmissions.org/ https://conduct.unmissions.org/ https://conduct.unmissions.org/ https://conduct.unmissions.org/
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Score: 573826.66 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...et_dpo_sea_2020-01_english.pdf
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(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. (...) ST/SGB/2003/13 (Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse) makes clear that it is ‘concerns and suspicions’ that a staff member is duty bound to report. (...) The Tribunal reiterates the statement made at paragraph 22 of Order No. 127, as follows: It is specifically worth noting that the Applicant is not investigated for having engaged in sexual exploitation and sexual abuse but, rather, for not reporting an act of rape and attempting to pervert the course of investigation through directing an alleged victim to withdraw her complaint.
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Score: 573045.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-134.pdf
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Given the circumstances, maintaining the Applicant on full pay throughout the disciplinary process would constitute an unacceptable risk to the reputation of the Organization and to the population it services in a mission setting; indeed, the Respondent has stated in his report on special measure for protection from sexual exploitation and abuse (A/71/818) that the Organization has taken a firm stance on sexual exploitation; the implementation of the Secretary-General’s zero-tolerance policy towards all forms of sexual exploitation and abuse by United Nations and related personnel is a priority for the Organization; the credibility of these efforts would be severely undermined were the Organization to continue paying the Applicant’s full salary while suspended from work, despite the seriousness of the allegations, and in light of the evidence supporting reasonable grounds to believe that the Applicant had sexual relations with a 16-year-old Ivorian girl; j. (...) Rather, as the letter of 27 July 2017 conveys, the decision was based on the reputational risk to the Organization in light of the allegations against the Applicant, relating to sexual abuse and exploitation of an underage girl, on the basis of the available evidence and findings of the report upon the completion of the investigation. (...) Given the circumstances, maintaining the Applicant on full pay throughout the disciplinary process would constitute an unacceptable risk to the reputation of the Organization and to the population it services in a mission setting; indeed, the Respondent has stated in his report on special measure for protection from sexual exploitation and abuse (A/71/818) that the Organization has taken a firm stance on sexual exploitation; the implementation of the Secretary-General’s zero-tolerance policy towards all forms of sexual exploitation and abuse by United Nations and related personnel is a priority for the Organization; the credibility of these efforts would be severely undermined were the Organization to continue paying the Applicant’s full salary while suspended from work, despite the seriousness of the allegations, and in light of the evidence supporting reasonable grounds to believe that the Applicant had sexual relations with a 16-year-old Ivorian girl; j.
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Score: 572462.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2018-009.pdf
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2021 Office of the Victims’ Rights Advocate | 1 Fact Sheet What we do The OVRA supports the VRA who seeks to put the rights and dignity of victims of sexual exploitation and abuse by United Nations staff and related personnel at the forefront of the United Nations’ prevention and response efforts. (...) The OVRA supports the preparation and conduct of visits by the VRA to countries where the United Nations is present to gain firsthand understanding of how sexual exploitation and abuse are addressed. During visits, where possible, the VRA connects with victims directly to hear and learn from them so the design of prevention and response to sexual exploitation and abuse is centered around victims’ needs. (...) UN Headquarters Field Victims’ Rights Advocates and Senior Victims’ Rights Officers Where we are For more information, visit us at: https://www. un.org/preventing-sexual-exploitation-and- abuse/content/office-victims-rights-advocate Contact @UN_OVRA ovra@un.org https://undocs.org/A/72/751 https://www.un.org/preventing-sexual-exploitation-and-abuse/content/mapping-assistance https://www.un.org/preventing-sexual-exploitation-and-abuse/content/office-victims-rights-advocate https://www.un.org/preventing-sexual-exploitation-and-abuse/content/office-victims-rights-advocate https://www.un.org/preventing-sexual-exploitation-and-abuse/content/office-victims-rights-advocate https://twitter.com/UN_OVRA mailto:ovra@un.org
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Score: 572186.8 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...files/ovra_fact_sheet_2021.pdf
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This approach is aligned with broader United Nations efforts to prevent and respond to sexual exploitation and abuse and takes into account established good practices to address gender-based violence. (...) Secretary-General’s Bulletin: Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse The Secretary-General, for the purpose of preventing and addressing cases of sexual exploitation and sexual abuse, and taking into consideration General Assembly resolution 57/306 of 15 April 2003, “Investigation into sexual exploitation of refugees by aid workers in West Africa”, promulgates the following Bulletin in consultation with Executive Heads of separately administered organs and programmes of the United Nations. Guide for National Human Rights Institutions OVRA and the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions (GANHRI) created this guide for national human rights institutions to translate a victim-centred approach into practice and realize the rights of victims of sexual exploitation and abuse. ( English | French )   Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Trello Board   This Trello board acts as a repository of branding elements, digital outputs and templates for UN communications practitionners and beyond.
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Score: 571322.4 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...d-abuse/content/ovra-resources
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In 2007, the General Assembly adopted the United Nations Comprehensive Strategy on Assistance and Support to Victims of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by United Nations Staff and Related Personnel. (...) Where a child has been born as a result of sexual exploitation and abuse by United Nations or related personnel, the UN works to facilitate the pursuit of claims of paternity and child support. A Trust Fund in Support of Victims of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse was established by the Secretary-General in March 2016 to support services for victims.
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Score: 571322.4 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...buse/content/victim-assistance
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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 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 (...) Oh had engaged in sexual exploitation and abuse, in light of the totality of the evidence on record. (...) Oh had engaged in sexual exploitation and abuse of women, in light of the totality of the evidence on record, to warrant his dismissal.
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Score: 570695.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2014-UNAT-480.pdf
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International civilian staff members undergo this training en route to deployments in field missions and includes dedicated segments on conduct and discipline, the zero tolerance on sexual exploitation and abuse policy and how To Serve with Pride . (...) Online training programme on the prevention of sexual exploitation and abuse The training programme is mandatory for all uniformed and civilian personnel and is intended to strengthen training on the standards of conduct, as well as the expectations of accountability and individual responsibility in matters of conduct and discipline, with a special focus on sexual exploitation and abuse. (...) The course codes for the two courses are: (All Personnel) LMS-2398 Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by UN Personnel; and (Managers and commanders) LMS-2399 Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by UN Personnel: Managers and Commanders.
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Score: 569976.07 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...ion-and-abuse/content/training
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Measuring human trafficking: current state of affairs and prospects Measuring human trafficking: current state of affairs and prospects February 12, 2015 128 countries covered Main destinations of transregional trafficking flows and their significant origins, 2010-2012 Most detected victims are trafficked cross borders within the same subregion Domestic 34% Cross-border within same subregion 37% From nearby subregion 3% Transregional 26% Most detected traffickers are nationals of the country where they are convicted Foreigners from other regions 14% Foreigners from the same region 22% Nationals 64% Detected forms of exploitation globally, 2011 Sexual Exploitation 53% Forced Labour 40% Organ Removal 0.3% Others 7% Detected forms of exploitation, by region, 2010-2012 66% 26% 48% 53% 26% 64% 47% 37% 8% 10% 4% 10% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Europe and Central Asia East Asia, South Asia and Pacific Americas Africa and the Middle East Sexual Exploitation Forced Labour, Servitude and Slavery like Organ Removal Other forms of exploitation Detected victims by age and gender, 2011 Adult men 18% Adult women 49% Girls 21% Boys 12% Increasing detection of child victims, 2004-2011 10% 13% 17% 21% 3% 9% 10% 12% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 2004 2006 2009 2011 Girls Boys Detected child and adult victims by region, 2011 18% 36% 31% 62% 82% 64% 69% 38% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Europe and Central Asia South Asia, East Asia and the Pacific Americas Africa and Middle East Children Adults Most countries criminalize trafficking in persons 33 (19%) 97 (56%) 135 (78%) 146 (84.5%) 40 (23%) 32 (18.5%) 22 (13%) 18 (10.5%) 100 (58%) 44 (25.5%) 16 (9%) 9 (5%) 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% November2003 November2008 August 2012 August2014 Covers Most/All Forms Partial No Specific Offence Number of convictions recorded per year, share of countries Not available 17% No convictions 15% Less than ten 26% Between 10 and 50 26% More than 50 16% • Factors that increase vulnerability to TiP – Age – Gender – Economic disparity – Presence of organized crime – Weak criminal justice response – Conflicts • Prospects in the post 2015 development agenda – Target 5.2 • Eliminate all forms of violence against all women and girls in the public and private spheres, including trafficking and sexual and other types of exploitation – Target 16.2 • End abuse, exploitation, trafficking and all forms of violence and torture against children – Indicator • Number of victims of human trafficking per 100,000 people, by gender, age and form of exploitation Known cases of TiP Estimation of hidden cases of TiP The future Thank you! WWW.UNODC.ORG/GLOTIP Measuring human trafficking: current state of affairs and prospects 128 countries covered Slide Number 3 Most detected victims are trafficked cross borders within the same subregion Most detected traffickers are nationals of the country where they are convicted Detected forms of exploitation globally, 2011 Detected forms of exploitation, by region, 2010-2012 Slide Number 8 Increasing detection of child victims, 2004-2011 Detected child and adult victims by region, 2011 Slide Number 11 Number of convictions recorded per year, share of countries Slide Number 13 Slide Number 14 Slide Number 15 Slide Number 16
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Score: 569634.77 - https://www.un.org/development...-tejal_jesrani_org-of-work.pdf
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The Applicant Liyanarachchige was summarily dismissed for serious misconduct on 8 May 2009 for having engaged in sexual exploitation and abuse and transporting unauthorized passengers on multiple occasions in the United Nations vehicle assigned to him. (...) The Applicant, a staff member of the United Nations Operation in Côte d’Ivoire (UNOCI), was also investigated and later charged with misconduct for sexual exploitation and abuse in 2007. However, the matter against him remains to date unresolved as the Secretary-General has not taken a decision pursuant to Chapter X of the Staff Rules nor have the charges been withdrawn. 4.
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Score: 568626.66 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2010-012.pdf
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