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Sexual Exploitation and Abuse

SEXUAL EXPLOITATION AND ABUSE Member State reports to UN on conclusion and action taken Substantiated Allegatlon Management of Reports and Allegations Involving UN Personnel In Peacekeeping and Special Political Missions UN repatriates Military and Police personnel, barring them from future service Member State completes investigation Member State investigates? Unsubstantiated Allegation Disciplinary action may still result for other breaches of rules Member State has 10 days to notify UN whether it will investigate Military Personnel VICTIM UN Notifles Member State of MIltary or Police Subject WITNESS COMMUNITY-BASED COMPLAINT MECHANISM Interim action, e.g., UN suspends payments Public Announcement by Mission REPORT FACT FINDING ALLEGATION RECORDED Member State UN CONCLUDES ONGOING VICTIM ASSISTANCE SOURCES OF RECEIVED ASSESSMENT does not respond DECISION POINT REPORTS DISCIPLINARY or declines to investigate SEXUAL EXPLOITATION Victim Assistance INCLUDE CASE EVIDENCE AND ABUSE Initiated1 PRESERVATION Public Reporting on UN Website 3 Outcome Reported to Sources of Reports • Information assessed NGO as not being sexual exploitation and abuse UN Investigates Civillan, Pollce, and Military Experts on Mission personnel, as well as Military personnel not Investigated by Member State MISSION STAFF Possible investigations for other breaches of rules MEDIA Interim action, e.g., administrative leave without pay Unsubstantlated Allegation Disciplinary action may still result for other breaches of rules UN to complete Investigation In 6 months, where possible5 UN completes Investigation Outcome Reported to Sources UN repatriates Military and Police personnel, barring them from future service I Member State I United Nations Substantlated Allegation UN takes disciplinary action against civilians; UN may refer For Military/Police personnel issues UN reports to Member State to Home State for criminal accountability United Nations Peacekeeping 1. Victims assistance includes medical and psychosocial services, as well as legal services assist with paternity cases UN Member State reports to UN on action taken 2. Secretary General requests Member States to adopt six month timeframe for investigations (A/70/729 para 50) un argipeocelesping 3. Conduct and Discipline webpage 4. O1OS and/or Mission 5. Six month timeframe for UN investigations for SEA will be shortened to three months when circumstances suggest the need for urgency (A/70/729 para 51)

Sexual Exploitation and Abuse

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Management of Reports and Allegations Involving UN Personnel In Peacekeeping and Special Political Missions.

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