Sexual exploitation and abuse: implementing a zero-tolerance policy – General Assembly Stakeout

Sexual exploitation and abuse: implementing a zero-tolerance policy - general assembly stakeout

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General Assembly Media Stakeout by H.E. Madam Fatima Maada Bio, First Lady of the Republic of Sierra Leone on the Draft Resolution “Sexual exploitation and abuse: implementing a zero-tolerance policy”.

Other speakers:

• Mr. Nnamdi Nze, Minister, Permanent Mission of Nigeria to the United Nations

• Ambassador Alhaji Fanday Turay, Permanent Representative of Sierra Leone to the United Nations

• Ms. Brisa De Angulo, representative of A Breeze of Hope Foundation and the Brave Movement

• Ms. Jennifer Wortham, representative of Global Collaborative

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