Exercise Your Rights

Creating a one-stop legal resource on prohibited conduct
for all stakeholders.
“The scourge of sexual harassment effects every corner of every society, and the United Nations is no exception.”
Antonio Guteress — Secretary General

A Unique, Victim-Centered Approach to Justice

'Prohibited conduct' is used by international organisations to refer to conduct that is unacceptable, unprofessional, and sanctionable. Broadly speaking, prohibited conduct is conduct that is derogatory, demeaning, discriminatory, humiliating, harassing, abusive, violative, retaliatory, or otherwise prohibited by an organisation.

Know the law - use the law - change the law!

As a target or a witness, reporting prohibited conduct often comes with risks to your hard-earned career. We help our clients through legal counseling, case assessment, and tailor-made representation. We guide them through the immediate risks of reporting, investigation, and litigation with personalised legal advice on a confidential and affordable basis.

All consultations are free and without commitment. We charge our clients on a sliding scale, from pro bono to low bono, based on capacity.

  • 1 in 3
    UN workers have faced sexual harassment
  • 297%
    Increase expected in sexual harassment reports by OIOS
  • 10
    UN Lawyers available to assist all staff globally
  • 4
    High-Level UN Principals focused on preventing SEAH

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