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Hypocrisy at its finest.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5399247/UNICEF-kids-rights-campaigner-jailed-rape-boy-13.html

A leading children's rights campaigner, who helped governments around the world tackle the issue of abuse, has been jailed for raping a 12-year-old boy.

Former UNICEF consultant Peter Newell admitted three counts of indecent assault and two counts of buggery and was sentenced to six years, eight months in prison.

He has also been placed on the sex offenders register indefinitely.

Along with his partner, Rachel Hodgkin, Newell helped prepare UNICEF's Implementation Handbook for the Convention on the Rights of the Child, launched in Geneva in January 1998.

The document, which provides a detailed reference of law, policy and practice aimed at promoting and protecting the rights of children, is still used by governments all over the globe.

It is also used by various United Nations agencies, non-governmental organizations, human rights institutions and academics.



You couldn’t really make this up.  It’s time we good rid of all these dogooding charities ang bodies. 

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Outstanding.

The sort of man who goes around giving emotion-charged speeches on how everyone must protect the rights of children, picks up his huge fee, and then goes and rapes one.

It doesn't particularly surprise me with the UN - it's all corruption and self-serving.  Why the US continues to pour money into that shambles escapes me; maybe Trump will turn off the tap.

 

You can still read his publications about the rights of children on the Save the Children website; bet they paid him lavishly for those as well.

This one caught my eye:

 

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Legal frameworks for combating sexual exploitation of children

Respect for human dignity is the foundation of human rights. Sexual exploitation of children is a gross violation of their right to respect for their human dignity and physical and mental integrity. Fulfilment of States’ human rights obligations under international law requires effective protection for all children from all forms of sexual exploitation. This document intends to summarise and take stock of the international and national legislative progress that has been made towards the fulfilling of the commitments undertaken at the World Congresses against the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (Stockholm 1996, Yokohama 2001) and calls for urgent action to consolidate legislation and implement it effectively.The III World Congress against the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children is slated to take place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in November 2008.


 

https://resourcecentre.savethechildren.net/authors/newell-peter

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17 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

Outstanding.

The sort of man who goes around giving emotion-charged speeches on how everyone must protect the rights of children, picks up his huge fee, and then goes and rapes one.

It doesn't particularly surprise me with the UN - it's all corruption and self-serving.  Why the US continues to pour money into that shambles escapes me; maybe Trump will turn off the tap.

 

You can still read his publications about the rights of children on the Save the Children website; bet they paid him lavishly for those as well.

This one caught my eye:

 

https://resourcecentre.savethechildren.net/authors/newell-peter

He has authored or coauthored eight of the nine reports on that link.  Maybe he was just doing fieldwork?

why are his reports still there. Height of insensitivity. 

 

Edit to add, @Frank Hovis had filtered to reports written by this odious character. 9_9 my second point still stands

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This gets at the root of why all this virtue signalling nonsense is so annoying.

Those that feel the strongest need to signal their virtue, are those that have no virtue. 

 

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18 minutes ago, SpectrumFX said:

This gets at the root of why all this virtue signalling nonsense is so annoying.

Those that feel the strongest need to signal their virtue, are those that have no virtue. 

 

From the front line so to speak ,you realy have to read the whole thread ,the thoughts of daughter of aid workers 

 

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22 minutes ago, Long time lurking said:

From the front line so to speak ,you realy have to read the whole thread ,the thoughts of daughter of aid workers 

 

Very good find LLL. Exactly my experience of the NGO cockroaches in this part of the world.

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9 minutes ago, sleepwello'nights said:

Cause or effect?

Good question.

There are regular cases of police officers who have been working for years on child protection being done for related offences.  I doubt they start off like that, as if they were then they would be less than keen to go into an area where they would feel compromised, but years of exposure to such things can have its effect and if you keep seeing something presented in a sexual manner then you will begin to see it that way yourself.  It's the sort of work where I would very much time limit the years an officer can serve on it - max of two years say.

I think similar thing happen to teachers, though this applies to both male and female teachers, where because they spend so much of their time with children they begin to see them (well, 14/15 on) as their peer group and would think a relationship with one perfectly normal.  I don't know if there is a thread on similar on here yet but there was one in The Sun today who had been caught with a boy pupil after a school dance.  It's the socialising with pupils that blurs the boundaries, one other started from drinking with them on a school trip.

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3 hours ago, Frank Hovis said:

Good question.

There are regular cases of police officers who have been working for years on child protection being done for related offences.  I doubt they start off like that, as if they were then they would be less than keen to go into an area where they would feel compromised, but years of exposure to such things can have its effect and if you keep seeing something presented in a sexual manner then you will begin to see it that way yourself.  It's the sort of work where I would very much time limit the years an officer can serve on it - max of two years say.

I think similar thing happen to teachers, though this applies to both male and female teachers, where because they spend so much of their time with children they begin to see them (well, 14/15 on) as their peer group and would think a relationship with one perfectly normal.  I don't know if there is a thread on similar on here yet but there was one in The Sun today who had been caught with a boy pupil after a school dance.  It's the socialising with pupils that blurs the boundaries, one other started from drinking with them on a school trip.

I'll never trust my dog-sitter again.

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