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Foreign Policy: The U.N.’s Investigation Wars

August 26, 2015

By Colum Lynch

Carman Lapointe, a Canadian national who serves as the United Nations’ internal corruption watchdog, marched into the office of the U.N. secretary-general’s chief of staff, Susana Malcorra, this past January with a provocative request. The U.N. Investigations Division, which she oversees, had grown so consumed by interoffice backbiting and score-settling, Lapointe claimed, that she wanted to shut it down and rebuild it from scratch.

The Guardian: EU Kosovo mission accused of trying to silence whistleblower

August 03, 2015

Read the full story by Rajeev Syal here!

The European Union’s biggest foreign mission has been accused of using its powers to try to silence a whistleblower who claims to have uncovered evidence of possible corruption.

FOX: UN benefit boost to outgoing ethics watchdog questioned in light of sex abuse scandal

July 30, 2015

Read the full story by George Russell here!

On April 14, 2015, Joan Dubinsky, the top ethics officer of the United Nations, got a small but important extension of her final two-year employment contract with the world organization. It could be worth about $1,000 a month for the rest of her life.

France 24 With AP: UN rights official resigns amid scandal over CAR abuse claims

July 23, 2015

Read the full story here!

"A top UN human rights official who admitted in March that she “failed to follow up” on allegations that French soldiers sexually abused children in the Central African Republic (CAR) resigned from her post on Wednesday, citing health reasons."

Foreign Policy: Missed Calls – Is the NSA lying about its failure to prevent 9/11?

July 22, 2015

A thought-provoking piece in Foreign Policy by James Bamford that highlights the expert opinions of GAP clients Thomas Drake and J. Kirk Wiebe. Read the full story here!

FDL: Podcast: CIA Whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling & the Government’s Campaign to Silence Him

June 09, 2015

Listen to the podcast featuring GAP's Jesselyn Radack HERE!

Former CIA officer Jeffrey Sterling was sentenced to three and a half years in prison for leaking to a journalist. It was the longest sentenced issued under President Barack Obama’s administration by a federal court as punishment for a leak.


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