UNICEF Deputy Executive Director Justin Forsyth Resigns Over Misconduct Allegations

New York Times: UNICEF Official Resigns Over His Past Conduct Toward Women
“A senior official at UNICEF, the United Nations agency for children, resigned on Thursday amid allegations that he had behaved inappropriately toward women in his previous job, when he was chief executive of the British charity Save the Children. The official, Justin Forsyth, said in a statement that he was resigning as deputy executive director ‘because of the danger of damaging both UNICEF and Save the Children and our wider cause’…” (2/22).

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