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Harassment of any type is antithetical to the principles of the UN, and sexual harassment in particular undermines its credibility, denies the principles of non-discrimination on the basis of sex and gender, and degrades its staff. The Secretary-General and UN system leaders committed to a zero-tolerance approach to tackling sexual harassment, to strengthening victim-centered prevention and response efforts, and fostering a safe, equal and inclusive working environment across the UN system. To realize these commitments, the UN System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB) established in November 2017 the CEB Task Force on Addressing Sexual Harassment within the organizations of the UN system (‘Task Force’) to drive joint action in key priority areas. One of the priority areas for the Task Force in 2020-2021 is to raise awareness of the UN system approach to addressing sexual harassment and promote instruments to combat discrimination and harassment among internal audiences.
Under the guidance of the designated representatives of the Co-leads of Workstream 3 “Learning and Communication of the CEB/HLCM Task Force on Addressing Sexual Harassment, the consultant shall design an effective and proactive communication strategy (“Strategy”) to advance the Task Force’s commitment to a harassment-free United Nations, targeting a broad range of internal audiences, including senior managers, subject matter experts, and field personnel.
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