Survivors of Gambian Dictator’s Bogus AIDS “Cure” Speak Out, Seek Justice

December 5, 2017: (Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire) — Three survivors of former Gambian president Yahya Jammeh’s fraudulent AIDS “cure” recounted their harrowing experiences and their determination to bring the dictator to justice during a press conference at the 19th International Conference of AIDS and STIs (ICASA) in Africa today. AIDS-Free World is working in concert with the Institute for Human Rights and Development in Africa, Gambian lawyers, and international partners to support the survivors and relatives of those who died at Jammeh's hands to pursue all possible legal avenues in their search for justice. (UN Photo / Mark Garten)

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Media Alert: Survivors of Yahya Jammeh's counterfeit AIDS 'cure' demand justice

December 1, 2017: AIDS-Free World will be holding a press conference on Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at the International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa, ICASA, with survivors of the former president of The Gambia's counterfeit AIDS 'cure'. (UN Photo/Amanda Voisard)

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Out of sight, out of mind...

October 10, 2017 — Every year, millions of illicit weddings take place before girls reach the legal age of consent in their countries. The working and living conditions of a girl in an illegal “marriage” match the International Labour Organization’s own definition for the worst forms of child labour, but because the girls are "married," their work is treated as 'household chores' and isn't counted. (Photo: Shutterstock).

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Thank you, teachers. And one more thing.

October 5, 2017: On World Teachers' Day, AIDS-Free World urges teachers to advocate for the millions of illegally married girls missing from classrooms around the globe – and to urge the International Labour Organization (ILO) to recognize that child marriage is child labour. (Photo: Shutterstock.com)

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Haitian Times: Haiti UN Mission Leaving Under Cloud Of Scandal

June 2, 2017: As Haiti's UN mission winds down, Code Blue's Paula Donovan highlights ongoing impunity for sexual exploitation and abuse by UN peacekeeping personnel. (UN Photo / Logan Abassi)

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Fox: UN sexual abuse must stop. We need a new and independent court to make that happen

April 18, 2017: In a new op-ed, Paula Donovan argues that we need a new independent special court mechanism to address sexual abuse by UN peacekeeping personnel. (UN Photo / Myriam Asmani)

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