Thalif Deen

Thalif Deen, IPS United Nations bureau chief and North America regional director, has been covering the U.N. since the late 1970s. A former deputy news editor of the Sri Lanka Daily News, he was also a senior editorial writer for Hong Kong-based The Standard. He has been runner-up and cited twice for “excellence in U.N. reporting” at the annual awards presentation of the U.N. Correspondents’ Association. A former information officer at the U.N. Secretariat, and a one-time member of the Sri Lanka delegation to the U.N. General Assembly sessions, Thalif is currently editor in chief of the IPS U.N. Terra Viva journal. Since the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992, he has covered virtually every single major U.N. conference on population, human rights, environment, social development, globalisation and the Millennium Development Goals. A former Middle East military editor at Jane’s Information Group in the U.S, he is a Fulbright-Hayes scholar with a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University, New York.

La lista de exclusión de la ONU por acoso sexual se queda corta

NACIONES UNIDAS –  La Organización de las Naciones Unidas (ONU) están tomando medidas enérgicas contra el acoso sexual en todo el sistema desde 2017, mientras que su política de protección de los denunciantes ha proporcionado un «estatus de protección» a