by Beenish Ahmed Aug 17, 2015
While the U.N. has reported a downward trend in instances of sexual abuse by its staff members in recent years, advocates believe that many might have been deterred from reporting such crimes due to a lack of whistleblower protections.
by Beenish Ahmed Aug 13, 2015
One reason why the alleged abuse has persisted may be because of the image the U.N. seeks to maintain in the world.
by Hayes Brown Sep 12, 2014
The troops mark the vanguard of Americans to a country that's been struggling to contain recurring outbreaks of violence between Christians and Muslims.
by Hayes Brown Aug 21, 2014
More than 50 million people are in need of help. Here's a look at the four biggest crises.
by Will Freeman Jul 17, 2014
One in three refugee families lost a member to the violence.
by Hayes Brown May 15, 2014
Imagine the entirety of New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Houston completely empty. The number of displaced worldwide is more than double that.
by Hayes Brown May 13, 2014
A Google search turns up nothing. There are no pictures of him circulating yet. But a new rebel leader's election could deepen CAR's crisis even further.
by Hayes Brown May 1, 2014
A U.N. official just returned from the country told reporters today that the clashing communities in CAR are laying the foundation for further atrocities.
by Hayes Brown Apr 28, 2014
The last 1,300 Muslims were escorted from the Central African capital on Sunday, completing the divide between Christian and Muslim in the city.
by Hayes Brown Apr 10, 2014
The U.N. has finally cleared nearly 12,000 peacekeepers for the CAR. But will they get there in time to make a difference?