Friday, May 22, 2009

From the no-brainer chronicles...

The United Nations, which aspires to protect human rights around the world, is struggling to deal with an embarrassing string of sexual-harassment complaints within its own ranks.

Many U.N. workers who have made or faced accusations of sexual harassment say the current system for handling complaints is arbitrary, unfair and mired in bureaucracy. One employee's complaint that she was sexually harassed for years by her supervisor in Gaza, for example, was investigated by one of her boss's colleagues, who cleared him.
Gosh...this surprises me.

Well, no it doesn't. But, see if you can spot the commonality on most of the "alleged" abusers referenced.