Audits
U.N. audit shows staff dodged virus disclosures

More than 40% of U.N. Geneva staff didn’t report their vaccination status despite having to do so, and most of those that did weren’t fully vaccinated.

UNOPS chief resigns over lost millions

The head of a U.N. agency that last year oversaw US$3.4 billion in projects resigned over questions into tens of millions of dollars in agency spending.

Report: UNDP audit looks into GEF projects

UNDP said in response to a news article it examined possbible “misuse of funds” affecting almost US$100 million in GEF-funded projects.

Head of IPI resigns over Epstein funding

Terje Rød Larsen resigned as head of International Peace Institute due to his “failed judgment” in taking money from Jeffrey Epstein, IPI’s board announced.

Report shows cocoa industry pledge to ILO failed

A new report finds the $100 billion chocolate industry’s promise to ILO to eliminate child slavery not only remains unfulfilled — things have gotten worse.

U.N. environment chief resigns after audit

U.N. Environment chief Erik Solheim resigned after an internal audit found he spent almost a half-million dollars on nearly constant world travel.