UN must end 'toxic tolerance' of sexual abuse of aid workers, top official says

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By Sophie Edwards

Kate Gilmore, deputy high commissioner for human rights at the U.N., criticized aid bosses for failing to protect female humanitarians from sexual abuse and harassment by their co-workers and called on others to join a campaign to change the culture within the sector.


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