Former UN official confirmed after abuse in Nepal

Former UN official confirmed after abuse in Nepal

World April 9, 2018 17:57

the hague - A sixty-year-old Canadian, who previously had a high position at the United Nations, was arrested this weekend in Nepal on suspicion of sexual abuse of children. This is reported by the Dutch branch of children's rights organization Terre des Hommes, who played a role in the unmasking of the man.

Peter D. is now retired, but still working as an advisor to World Health Organization WHO. He was known as a warrior for children's rights. Until 2015 he was head of UN Habitat in Afghanistan, which focuses on social and sustainable urban development.

'Nepalese street children reported to our local researchers in Nepal three months ago with accusations against the man,' said a spokesman. The Canadian was monitored for two weeks by the Nepalese police and Terre des Hommes employees. He was caught in his room with two boys. 'His Facebook account shows that he was in contact with Nepalese boys. '

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