U.N. Organizations, Partners Must Do More To Stop Sexual Exploitation Among Volunteers, UNICEF, UNHCR Representatives Tell Parliamentary Committee

The Telegraph: Aid charities admit they are not doing enough to stop volunteers sexually exploiting vulnerable people
“Aid charities have admitted they are not doing enough to prevent their volunteers from assaulting vulnerable people abroad. Representatives from the United Nations children’s fund UNICEF and refugee agency UNHCR told Parliament’s international development committee that the organizations must do ‘much more’ to combat sexual abuse attributed to their organizations and partners…” (Penna, 10/21).

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