Spotlight: AIDS2018: Will Amsterdam Be UNAIDS’ Last Stand?

July 22, 2018: In an op-ed for Section 27 and the Treatment Action Campaign’s (TAC) ‘Spotlight’, Code Blue’s Paula Donovan reveals leaked information about UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibé’s plan to dismantle the agency within the year. (UN Photo / Mark Garten)

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Reuters: All underage marriage is child labour - campaigner

June 27, 2018: “All underage marriage should be considered a form of child labour as young brides face abuse and are made to perform domestic work.” Thomson Reuters Foundation reports on AIDS-Free World’s Child Marriage is Child Labour campaign. (Photo: Shutterstock.com)

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CBC: Patients sue Gambia's ex-president over 'bogus' HIV cure

June 1, 2018: CBC Radio’s ‘As It Happens’ speaks with AIDS-Free World’s Sarah Bosha about what survivors of Yahya Jammeh’s fraudulent HIV “cure” went through and their civil case against the former leader. (UN Photo / Joshua Kristal)

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The Guardian: Survivors of Yahya Jammeh's bogus Aids cure sue former Gambian leader

June 1, 2018: The Guardian’s Saikou Jammeh and Ruth Maclean interviewed Combeh Gaye, the lawyer for the three survivors of Yahya Jammeh’s destructive HIV ‘treatment programme’, who filed a legal action against the former dictator on May 31st. (Photo: ©AIDS-Free World)

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Thomson Reuters Foundation: Victims of fake AIDS treatment sue Gambia's ex-ruler

May 31, 2018: Thomson Reuters Foundation’s Nellie Peyton reports on the legal action filed today by victims of Yahya Jammeh’s fake HIV and AIDS “cure” against the former dictator. (UN Photo / Mark Garten)

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Buzzfeed: A Former Dictator Claimed He Cured Thousands Of People Of AIDS. Some Of Them Are Now Suing Him.

May 31, 2018: Three victims of Yahya Jammeh’s bogus AIDS clinic have become the first to launch a case against the former president, reports Buzzfeed’s Monica Mark. (Photo: ©AIDS-Free World)

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AP: Gambians file suit against ex-leader over alleged HIV ‘cure’

May 31, 2018: AP’s Carley Petesch reports on the filing of a legal action against the ex-dictator of The Gambia, Yahya Jammeh, for his fraudulent HIV ‘treatment programme’. (UN Photo /

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AP: UN's AIDS agency reopens sex harassment case amid criticism

April 30, 2018: AP reports the UN’s decision to reopen an investigation in sexual harassment claims at UNAIDS. Code Blue’s Paula Donovan explains the need for a Temporary Independent Oversight Panel to monitor UN investigations and decision-making on sexual offenses. (UN Photo / John Isaac)

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The Guardian: UN suspends key witness in alleged sexual assault inquiry

April 30, 2018: The country director for UNAIDS in Ethiopia, a key witness in the sexual assault investigation involving UNAIDS’ Luiz Loures, has been suspended after giving evidence to support claims against Loures. Code Blue’s Paula Donovan calls the move “pure intimidation tactics”. (UN Photo / Manuel Elias)

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CNN: UN reopens sexual assault investigation into top official Luiz Loures

April 27, 2018: The United Nations will reopen an investigation into allegations of sexual assault by the former Deputy Executive Director of UNAIDS, Luiz Loures, after the original inquiry, criticized as "deeply flawed" by his accuser, cleared him earlier this year. (UN Photo / JC McIlwaine)

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Bhekisisa: 'No sex, no coffee, no ARVs': Will victims of Aids quackery see justice?

April 24, 2018: In Bhekisisa, Fatou Jatta, a survivor of Yahya Jammeh’s fraudulent HIV “cure” shares her story, and Legal Research and Policy Associate, Sarah Bosha explains AIDS-Free World’s work to get justice for survivors in The Gambia. (Photo: ©AIDS-Free World)

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The Lancet Special Report: Claims of sexual harassment and assault threaten UN agency

April 17, 2018: In a special in-depth report, The Lancet's John Zarocostas reports on the mishandling of sexual harassment and assault claims at UNAIDS, and mounting pressure on its Executive Director. Code Blue's Paula Donovan remarks on the UN's flawed internal system and calls for Temporary Independent Oversight Panel to closely monitor and evaluate, in real time, the UN’s response to individual allegations of sexualised offences. (Photo: WikiCommons)

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CNN: Top United Nations official 'forced himself on me,' employee says

March 30, 2018: In an exclusive interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour, a United Nations staff member, Martina Brostrom spoke publicly about allegations of sexual assault and sexual harassment against UN assistant secretary general, Dr. Luiz Loures, (UNAIDS). Code Blue's Paula Donovan, who brought Ms. Brostrom's appeal to CNN, makes the case for an, "external neutral, and independent body" to handle such allegations.

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Foreign Policy: How U.N. Sexual Assault Investigations Die in Darkness

March 8, 2018: Foreign Policy's Lauren Wolfe examines leaked reports on the mishandling of a sexual assault investigation in UNAIDS, revealing the UN's faulty investigative standards and a deep-rooted culture of impunity when it comes to sexual harassment and sexual assault. (UN Photo / Milton Grant)

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