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The UN is working to improve the speed, accuracy and comprehensiveness in reporting serious allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse; the pace and quality of investigations; and follow-up and accountability. Urgent action upon receipt of a report of sexual exploitation and abuse creates the best conditions for investigations. When allegations of misconduct by UN civilian personnel have been investigated and the allegations are substantiated, the perpetrators are held accountable and face sanctions that correspond to the seriousness of the offense.
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Julie Makani, Professor and Principal Investigator for Sickle Cell Disease programme, Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences, Tanzania Mr. (...) Julie Makani Professor and Principal Investigator for Sickle Cell Disease programme, Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences, Tanzania Ms. Julie Makani Professor and Principal Investigator for Sickle Cell Disease programme, Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences, Tanzania × Ms. 
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Score: 616712.3 - https://sdgs.un.org/zh/node/32695
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Press Releases | 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 News Press Releases Press Releases 15 September 2021: MINUSCA Press Release on allegations of sexual abuse of five girls 15 October 2020: WHO appoints co-chairs of Independent Commission on sexual misconduct during the Ebola response in North Kivu and Ituri, the Democratic Republic of the Congo 30 September 2020 - UNICEF statement on allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse in the Democratic Republic of the Congo 30 September 2020 - IOM to Investigate Reports of Sexual Abuse and Exploitation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo 29 September WHO to investigate allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse in Ebola response in the Democratic Republic of the Congo 2 July 2020: Note to Correspondents: Update on misconduct investigation 21 June 2019: Note to Correspondents: United Nations and Member States pledge further commitments to the Trust Fund in Support of Victims of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse 26 October 2018: Note to Correspondents: Pipeline to Peacekeeping Command Programme 19 February 2018: MINUSCA has been informed of an allegation of sexual abuse, by a member of the military battalion from the Democratic Republic of the Congo 29 September 2017: Note to Correspondents on Voluntary Compact on Preventing and Addressing Sexual Exploitation and Abuse 27 September 2017: Note to Correspondents on the Trust Fund in support of victims of sexual exploitation and abuse 18 September 2017: United Nations Uniquely Placed to Set World Standard for Preventing Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, Secretary-General Tells High-Level Meeting 18 September 2017: Note to Correspondents for the High Level Meeting on the Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse 9 March 2017: Secretary-General Announces Launch of Report ‘Special Measures for Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse: A New Approach’ Français 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: 616149.5 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...d-abuse/content/press-releases
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OIOS is the internal oversight body of the United Nations and provides investigation services to the office of the Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth.   Investigations Hotline Any individual can report any  wrongdoing  directly to OIOS in the following ways: Phone:  +1 212 963-1111 (24 hours a day) Online reporting form: Report wrongdoing through this link Regular mail: Director, Investigations Division Office of Internal Oversight Services 300 East  42 nd  Street (at 2nd Avenue) 7th Floor New York, NY 10017 USA Follow us Categories Blog (64) From Youth to World Leaders (1) News for Youth (311) Envoy’s news (93) News Stories (218) Opportunities for Youth (89) Speeches on Youth (7) UN Entities (4) UN Entities Scope of Work (3) UN Programmes on Youth (1) Posts Archive February 2022 M T W T F S S   1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28   « Jan     Tag Cloud #Youth4Peace #YouthDay #YouthNow Africa Ahmad Alhendawi Ban Ki-Moon Climate Change Competition ECOSOC Education Employment Entrepreneurship First Global Forum on Youth Policies Girls HIV ICT ILO International Youth Day Office of the Secretary-Generals Envoy on Youth Post-2015 refugees SDGs sg speeches Sustainable development Sustainable Development Goals UN-Habitat UNAIDS UNAOC UNDP UNEP UNESCO UNFCCC UNFPA UNICEF United Nations UNV UN Women Volunteerism World Bank young people youth youth employment Youth Envoy Youth Envoy Ahmad Alhendawi UNITED NATIONS A-Z Site Index | Contact | Copyright | FAQ | Fraud Alert | Privacy Notice | Terms of Use
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Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Programme Research Technical cooperation Training Divulgation of information CONTENT of the PRESENTATION 3 EXAMPLES of UNICRI anti-HT INTERVENTIONS: NIGERIA – Judicial Cooperation PEACE SUPPORT OPERATION AREAS – Training and Awareness COSTA RICA – Code of Conduct for tourism sector and Awareness Campaigns TRAFFICKING in MINORS and YOUNG WOMEN from NIGERIA to ITALY One national awareness campaign in Italy 3 awareness campaigns in Edo State, Nigeria Micro-credit in Edo State, Nigeria Street units in Turin, Italy SOCIAL PREVENTION and ASSISTANCE Research on the trafficking of minors and young women from Nigeria to Italy ASSESSMENT INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY BUILDING MoU for judicial cooperation International Task Force Proposal for Bilateral cooperation Training for L.E. and NGOs JUDICIAL COOPERATION MoU between the Italian National Antimafia Bureau and the Nigerian Office of the Attorney General Art. 1 “The Parties within the jurisdiction and in compliance with their domestic laws shall co-operate in combating trafficking in persons and other related organised crimes and launderings of proceeds from crimes committed by criminals and criminal associations” HT in PSO Areas A PROGRAMME for INTERNATIONALA PROGRAMME for INTERNATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNELLAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL ROOT CAUSES of HT in CONFLICT and POST-CONFLICT SITUATIONS Migration floods Political insecurity Economic instability Disfunctional State institutions Booming sex industry HT in and after HT in and after ARMED CONFLICTSARMED CONFLICTS HT develops in armed conflicts and HT develops in armed conflicts and post conflict situations due to high post conflict situations due to high levels of lawlessnesslevels of lawlessness and impunity and impunity It serves: military abduction sexual enslavement forced pregnancy forced labour forced recruitment of combatants TYPES of PSO INVOLVEMENT in HTTYPES of PSO INVOLVEMENT in HT The purchase of sex services or domestic labour creates a DEMAND for services which traffickers exploit Participation or collusion in the act of HT UNICRI RESPONSE Building up Knowledge and Strategies for Awareness and Training Building up Knowledge and Strategies Building up Knowledge and Strategies for Awareness and Trainingfor Awareness and Training AGIS 2005 TARGET GROUP International Police Justice Administration Personnel deployed or to be deployed in PSOs in Southeast Europe CCONTENT of the COURSEONTENT of the COURSE 2 MODULES “Module on Law Enforcement Authorities Specificities” Victims’ protection and residency status The re-active investigation The pro-active investigation The disruptive investigation “Core Module” Introduction on HT Root causes of HT: Women and minors as the most vulnerable victims HT as a transnational organised crime The identification of victims The protection of the rights of victims Responsibilities of PSO staff ACTION PROGRAMME against TRAFFICKING in MINORS for SEXUAL PURPOSES COSTA RICA COSTA RICA WEBSITE on SEXUAL TOURISM: CODE of CONDUCT AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS JUDICIAL DATABASE on THB CASES TRAINING of BORDER POLICE WEBSITE on SEXUAL TOURISM: the CODE of CONDUCT TRAINING TO BORDER POLICE 4 Training Sessions (participants: 169 – 100%) 28 February – 1 March 2006 Limón 2 March – 3 March 2006 Limón 14 March – 15 March 2006 San Carlos 16 March – 17 March 2006 San Carlos 2 Bi-national Training Sessions (Costa Rica and Nicaragua) 26-27 April Liberia, Guanacaste 27-28 April Liberia, Guanacaste TV and RADIO INFORMATION CAMPAIGNS BILLBOARDS at the BORDERS For more information, please visit www.unicri.it
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Score: 610828.9 - https://www.un.org/development.../unpd_om_200606_ludadicort.pdf
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Work and Mandate | United Nations Security Council Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español United Nations Security Council Search form Search Toggle navigation About the Council Functions and Powers Practices, Procedures and Working Methods Repertoire of Security Council Practice About the Repertoire FAQs Research and Analysis Trust Fund Agenda Items: Overview Africa Americas Asia Europe Middle East Thematic Items Studies by Agenda Item in Repertoire supplements Agenda Items in 1985-1988 (Chapter VIII of the Repertoire) Agenda Items in 1989-1992 (Chapter VIII of the Repertoire) Agenda Items in 1993-1995 (Chapter VIII of the Repertoire) Agenda Items in 1996-1999 (Chapter VIII of the Repertoire) Agenda Items in 2000-2003 (Chapter VIII of the Repertoire) Agenda Items in 2004-2007 (Chapter VIII of the Repertoire) Agenda Items in 2008-2009 (Part I of the Repertoire) Agenda Items in 2010-2011 (Part I of the 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The Committee is supported by the Panel of Experts (PoE) on Somalia, which was established by paragraph 11 of resolution 2444 (2018) and renewed by paragraph 30 of resolution 2551 (2020) until 15 December 2021. 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Consequently, the Panel is mandated,  inter alia : To monitor and investigate the implementation of the measures imposed on Somalia (arms embargo, travel ban, asset freeze and charcoal ban); To assess actions taken by Somali authorities, as well as Member States, in particular those in the region, to fully implement the arms embargo regime; To make specific recommendations based on detailed information in relevant areas of expertise related to violations and measures to give effect to and strengthen the implementation of the arms embargo in its various aspects; To investigate, in coordination with relevant international agencies, all activities, including in the financial, maritime and other sectors, which generate revenues used to commit violations of the Somalia and arms embargo; To investigate any means of transport, routes, seaports, airports and other facilities used in connection with violations of the Somalia arms embargo; To assist the Committee in compiling narrative summaries of reasons for listing individuals and entities designated by the Committee; To compile, refine and update information on the draft list of those individuals and entities that potentially meet the listing criteria for possible future measures by the Security Council; To investigate any seaport operations in Somalia that may generate revenue for Al-Shabaab; To conduct an analysis of all of Al-Shabaab’s revenue sources, their methods of storage and transfer, and mapping of illegal taxation systems, and to provide recommendations to the Committee;  To continue exchanging information about Al-Shabaab’s finances and to continue working with stakeholders to develop a plan to disrupt Al-Shabaab’s finances; To work closely with the Committee on specific recommendations for additional measures to improve overall compliance with the sanctions measures; To assist in identifying areas where the capacities of States in the region can be strengthened to facilitate the implementation of the sanctions measures; To report on and provide the Committee with an assessment of the progress made by the Federal Government of Somalia to put the infrastructure in place to ensure the safe storage, registration, maintenance and distribution of military equipment by its security forces, as well as the progress made by the Government in establishing the procedures and codes of conduct for the registration, distribution, use and storage of weapons by its security forces, and on training needs; To provide an assessment of any misappropriation or sale of arms and ammunition and military equipment to other groups, including militias, in order to assist the Security Council in any review of the appropriateness of the modified arms embargo on Somalia;   To report on the implementation of maritime interdiction of charcoal and arms; To report on its own ability to monitor the delivery of weapons, military equipment and assistance to Somalia; To continue the investigations started by the Somalia and Eritrea Monitoring Group related to the export to Somalia of chemicals that may be used as oxidisers in the manufacture of improvised explosive devices; To provide monthly updates to the Committee; To provide a comprehensive midterm update to the Committee; To submit, for the consideration of the Security Council, through the Committee, a final report.  
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Score: 600340.87 - https://www.un.org/securitycou...sanctions/751/work-and-mandate
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Michaud oversaw the RCMP’s national security criminal investigations program and led the Federal Policing Program, with responsibility for investigating sophisticated criminal activity, national security threats, transnational organized crime, protective policing, witness protection and border security.      (...) He is a graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) National Executive Institute’s 39th Session, the FBI National Academy’s 213th Session and the Leadership in Counter-Terrorism Program administered by the FBI National Academy.    
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Score: 595404.6 - https://www.un.org/en/safety-and-security/leadership
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FACT SHEET: SEXUAL EXPLOITATION AND ABUSE PEACEKEEPING INITIATIVES IN ACTION Updated: 18/12/2019 https://conduct.unmissions.org/prevention-training https://conduct.unmissions.org/prevention-training https://research.un.org/en/peacekeeping-community/sea https://research.un.org/en/peacekeeping-community/sea 2 PROGRESS IN INVESTIGATIONS • Beginning in 2015, the SG adopted a six-month timeline for the investigation of allegations by the UN, subject to extenuating circumstances. He has called upon Member States to agree to the same timeline. Investigations are continuing even when the alleged perpetrator has been repatriated or rotated out of the country. • Where an expedited timeframe may be required, the deadline for concluding investigations into SEA by UN investigative entities will be 3 months and the Secretary-General has asked Member States to agree to the same standard. • In order to launch investigations more quickly, Immediate Response Teams (IRT) have been established in most peacekeeping missions, made up of mission-based experts in a variety of fields. (...) Since 2016, these payments are available for the Trust Fund in support of victims of sexual exploitation and abuse. • The provisions of UN Security Council resolution 2272 focuses primarily on military personnel and members of formed police units serving in peacekeeping missions, and the responsibility of troop- and police-contributing countries to investigate allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse and hold their personnel accountable.
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Score: 583366 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...et_dpo_sea_2020-01_english.pdf
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Contents Article 33 – Obligations of parties to a dispute Article 34 - Investigation of disputes and fact-finding Articles 35, 11 and 99 - Referral of disputes and situations to the Security Council Articles 36-38 and Chapter VI in general – Recommendations to the parties Decisions of the Security Council concerning the pacific settlement of disputes   A. (...) For information relating to Article 33 in recent years, please see section E below. 1946-1951 1952-1955 1956-1958 1959-1963 1964-1965 1966-1968 1969-1971 1972-1974 1975-1980 1981-1984 1985-1988 2012-2013 2014-2015 2016-2017   2018   2019   2020   B. Article 34 - Investigation of disputes and fact-finding Article 34 of the Charter empowers the Security Council to investigate any dispute, or any situation that is likely to endanger international peace and security. The Repertoire covers investigations and fact-finding missions mandated by the Security Council in the framework of Article 34 of the Charter, also taking into consideration fact-finding missions by the Secretary-General to which the Council expressed its support or of which it took note.
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Score: 575233.54 - https://www.un.org/securitycou...disputes-chapter-vi-un-charter
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She is a principal investigator or co-investigator on several major data collection projects, including the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth and Midlife in the United States (MIDUS).
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Score: 573188.4 - https://www.un.org/development...al-inequalities-in-later-life/
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