Berto Jongman: George Monbiot on Leadership

Leadership-Integrity
Berto Jongman

Anyone who wants to be prime minister should have a course of therapy first

Our toxic political system rewards all the wrong traits and produces the worst possible leaders

A few years ago, the psychologist Michelle Roya Rad listed the characteristics of good leadership. Among them were fairness and objectivity; a desire to serve society rather than just yourself; a lack of interest in fame and attention; and resistance to the temptation to hide the truth or make impossible promises.

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Berto Jongman: UN/Oxfam Pedophilia Over Decades — 23 Organizations Indicted in 2008 Report

06 Family, 07 Other Atrocities, 09 Justice, 11 Society, United Nations
Berto Jongman

Oxfam was told of aid workers raping and sexually exploiting children in Haiti a decade ago

Children as young as six were being coerced into sex in exchange for food and necessities, according to a damning report by Save the Children, which called for urgent action including the creation of a global watchdog.

Its research exposed abuse linked to 23 humanitarian, peacekeeping and security organisations operating in Haiti, Ivory Coast and what was then Southern Sudan.