Some who have reported sexual abuse at the United Nations have described challenging bureaucratic hurdles, inconsistent processes, and deep emotional and professional stress as a result of their complaints.
How are things changing at the U.N. and will these changes have an impact? In this episode, U.N. correspondent Amy Lieberman weighs in from New York.
• The murky process of reporting sexual harassment at the UN
• For UN whistleblowers and survivors, reporting can have costly, emotional toll
• UN report finds gaps, lack of protection for whistleblowers
• Q&A: UN Women's first spokesperson on sexual harassment talks necessary changes at UN
• UN launches staff helpline to address sexual misconduct information gaps