Miranda Brown, Chief of the East and South Africa section for the UN’s Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, blew the whistle on the sexual abuse of children in the Central African Republic by peacekeepers and the retaliation against Anders Kompass, the one senior official who reported it to law enforcement. Subsequently, she was told her contract would not be renewed. When she objected, her post was suddenly transferred from Geneva to Fiji. Despite these reprisals, Brown testified before the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, bringing light to the epidemic of sexual abuse in the Central African Republic and the plight of those at the UN who try to combat it.