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The government has consistently refused calls for independent investigations into its generation-long civil war, marked by widespread reports of rape camps, torture, mass killings and other alleged war crimes by its troops. This is a pattern repeated around the world: Strapped for troops, the U. draws recruits from many countries with poor human rights records for its peacekeeping program, budgeted at nearly billion this year. Sri Lanka must also establish its own screening process for the soldiers and "pre-deployment training by U. standards and specifications including conduct of discipline on human rights and on sexual exploitation and abuse," Haq said. As peacekeepers in Central African Republic, at least 17 have been accused of sexual abuse and exploitation. Secretary-General Kofi Annan understands the predicament. When fighting gripped Rwanda, he struggled to find peacekeepers to help stem what would later become a mass slaughter that killed an estimated 800,000 people. "And they are so desperate that they accept troops that they will normally not accept if they had the choice." ___ RAPE CAMPS In the case of the Haiti sex ring, nine children told U. investigators of being lured into having sex in exchange for food and then being passed from soldier to soldier.
Asked about the AP's investigation on Friday and the U. officials with military records and personal information dating back to 2005 for all soldiers it plans to send on missions so they can be screened by the U. An AP investigation last month found that in the last 12 years up to March, an estimated 2,000 allegations of sexual abuse or exploitation have been leveled at U. The situation in Congo, meanwhile, is so complex the country is hosting a U. peacekeeping mission to manage its own violent conflict while also sending personnel on peacekeeping missions to other countries. One girl said she didn't even have breasts when she first had sex with a peacekeeper at age 12.
Devdutt Pattanaik writes that myths "capture the collective unconsciousness of a people", and that this means they reflect deep-rooted beliefs about variant sexualities that may be at odds with repressive social mores. Myths are generally believed to be literally true within the society that created them and deemed erroneous or fictitious elsewhere.
Cultures may regard myths as containing psychological or archetypal truths.
Seventy-four per cent of women and girls reported they had been deliberately touched.Download this podcast SARAH GREEN: Welcome to the HBR Idea Cast.I’m talking today with Paul Oyer, Professor of Economics at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business.UNITED NATIONS, New York/COLOMBO, Sri Lanka – Ninety per cent of women in Sri Lanka have endured sexual harassment while taking public transport, a new study commissioned by UNFPA has found.The findings, released last week, offer a stark view into women’s vulnerability to violence and discrimination, issues that are poorly understood – both in Sri Lanka and globally – because of underreporting and lack of data.
The general sat on a plastic lawn chair in the garden of his mother's home, the scent of tropical blooms filling the air as he talked about the alleged rape and sodomy of a Haitian teenager by a Sri Lankan peacekeeper. He may not have been the best choice for that job — Dias had been accused of atrocities in his own country's vicious civil war.