From 2015 onwards, detailed information about allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse is provided in the annual Report of the Secretary-General on Special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and abuse. This section of the website provides updates to the information provided in this report, as it is received.
Information about new allegations is also provided in this section of the website as it is received and assessed by the Heads of Missions, by DFS/DPKO and/or by the Office of Internal Oversight Services (OIOS). Incidents of possible misconduct can be reported to Conduct and Discipline Teams in field missions, OIOS or other entities. Reconciliation of information received by the various entities takes place. This is a continuous process that aims to confirm whether information received refers to new allegations. An assessment of the information received is then made. Updates to this section of the website will be made once reconciliation and assessment of information has been completed.
Due to space limitations, the table on the website includes only a basic view of the information available. A full view of the information is available in PDF format. If you apply filters before opening the table in PDF view, only the filtered information will be displayed in the PDF.
Where individuals from different categories of personnel, or uniformed personnel from more than one Member State, are implicated in one reported incident, the row representing this incident will be divided starting with column for the category of personnel in order to provide information on the various types of personnel involved in the same matter.
For the total number of allegations recorded, please refer to the statistics section on “Allegations for All Categories of Personnel per Year (Sexual Exploitation and Abuse)”.
For further guidance on how to read the information contained in the table, click here.