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originally posted by: IAMALLYETALLIAM
a reply to: Vasa Croe
Come one now you KNEW someone like me was gonna chime in asking for a synopis to see if it is a worthy investment of nearly an hour and a half.
What does it cover? Is there anything new covered in it we may not have seen before? Who are the bad guys?
originally posted by: Breakthestreak
Peter Dalglish , former U.N. chief and founder of UNICEF is currently serving time in Nepal for child rape.
The most ‘virtuous’ of organisations are in fact the worst of them all.
Charity sex scandal: ‘In this community no one gets food without having sex first’. It claims that in aid camps in Guinea and Liberia, sexual abuse was so endemic that the only way for many refugee families to survive was to allow a teenage girl to be exploited. - See more at: www.civilsociety.co.uk...
A number of UK charities were named in the report, including the Red Cross, Médecins Sans Frontières, the International Rescue Committee, Care International and Save the Children itself.
The report was shared with charities to investigate by themselves. But only ten people were dismissed and no one was prosecuted. Charities say they took the report seriously but that it was difficult to identify individual perpetrators with the information provided. The full report was concealed after intervention by Ruud Lubbers, then the high commissioner, who was himself dismissed over allegations of sexual exploitation in 2005.
...Have tissues handy tho