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Image copyright VRT Image caption Mr Van Hauwermeiren worked in Chad from before going to Haiti in Tuesday's report, which followed an month investigation, found the charity failed to listen to warnings - including from its own staff, that it repeatedly fell below standards expected on safeguarding, and did not meet promises it made. Last year Oxfam was accused of covering up claims staff sexually exploited victims of the earthquake. International Development Secretary Rory Stewart said the revelations about Oxfam had "shone a light on fundamental problems", adding that there were "no easy answers or room for complacency". Oxfam accepted the findings, saying what happened in Haiti was "shameful". Faced with an avalanche of safeguarding complaints from across the charity sector, there are still questions about whether the commission has the resources to sufficiently investigate and hold charities to account in the future. The report is incredibly strong and has done much to redress the Charity Commission's own laxity over safeguarding in the past. But the motorist was horrified when she looked in the window and saw mum-of-three Bray, 36, performing a sex act on her lover with the young child sat in the front passenger seat. The Charity Commission has instructed Oxfam, which has been under new chief executive Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah since January, to submit a plan on how it will address concerns about its previous conduct, in an effort to "repair public trust and confidence". Oxfam has also not been able to bid for government funding pending the outcome of the month Charity Commission investigation. Mr Waley said Fisher tried to get the woman to perform a sex act, saying: The charity commission said the incidents in Haiti identified in were not "one-offs", with evidence of behavioural issues as early as June They both admitted a charge of outraging public decency by engaging in an sexual act in clear view of the public at Burnley Crown Court. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionOxfam whistleblower says change will take years Oxfam has been severely criticised by the Charity Commission for the way it dealt with claims of serious sexual misconduct by its staff in Haiti. The Department for International Development said decisions over its funding relationship with the charity would be made "in due course". Related Topics. The commission said there was a "culture of poor behaviour" at the charity, and issued it with an official warning over its "mismanagement". The pair went on to have consensual sexual contact. She said she was asked to demonstrate how she was assaulted when Fisher exclaimed: Prosecutor Simon Waley told Hull Crown Court Fisher met the women as either victims of crime or while on patrol and would befriend them first. Sex in the news van



The most stinging criticism was reserved for the way Oxfam was seen to be placing its own reputation - and its relationships with donors - above the need to protect victims. After the claims emerged, Haiti banned Oxfam GB from operating inside its borders and thousands of people stopped making regular donations to the charity. Two allegations of physical abuse, made by email from a year-old and a year-old girl, were "suspected" not to be genuine by Oxfam at the time. An internal Oxfam investigation in led to four people being sacked and three others resigning, including Mr Van Hauwermeiren. Oxfam failed to adequately investigate allegations that children as young as 12 or 13 were victims of sexual misconduct by an unnamed charity "boss" It was not as full and frank as it should have been about Haiti, and did not report the allegations of child abuse by staff It treated some senior staff more leniently than junior staff over Haiti The impact on victims and the risk they faced appeared to take second place and was not taken seriously enough "What went wrong in Haiti did not happen in isolation," Charity Commission chief executive Helen Stephenson said. Last year Oxfam was accused of covering up claims staff sexually exploited victims of the earthquake. Faced with an avalanche of safeguarding complaints from across the charity sector, there are still questions about whether the commission has the resources to sufficiently investigate and hold charities to account in the future. Vodka-swigging couple had sex in van as two-year-old kid watched from passenger seat Carl Stoiles and Georgina Bray were caught romping in the van in Burnley Exclusive 24 May , She was drunk and the officer took her home in his squad car but began flirting before thrusting her hand to his groin. The charity commission said the incidents in Haiti identified in were not "one-offs", with evidence of behavioural issues as early as June They both admitted a charge of outraging public decency by engaging in an sexual act in clear view of the public at Burnley Crown Court. The court was told the boozed up couple had driven around for an hour before pulling over and romping. The Charity Commission said Oxfam should have tried harder to substantiate the claims at the time, despite the lack of evidence. The Charity Commission has instructed Oxfam, which has been under new chief executive Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah since January, to submit a plan on how it will address concerns about its previous conduct, in an effort to "repair public trust and confidence". The commission said there was a "culture of poor behaviour" at the charity, and issued it with an official warning over its "mismanagement". How the Oxfam scandal unfolded Claims first emerged in The Times last year that Oxfam employees, including former country director Roland van Hauwermeiren, used young prostitutes while based in Haiti after the earthquake. Image copyright VRT Image caption Mr Van Hauwermeiren worked in Chad from before going to Haiti in Tuesday's report, which followed an month investigation, found the charity failed to listen to warnings - including from its own staff, that it repeatedly fell below standards expected on safeguarding, and did not meet promises it made. The report is incredibly strong and has done much to redress the Charity Commission's own laxity over safeguarding in the past. The offences show a remarkably hedonistic, callous and reckless way of behaving Judge Andrew Jeffries Serial offender Stoiles, 37, who was on licence from prison at the time, also admitted a charge of dangerous driving and a charge of failing to provide a specimen of breath. The Department for International Development said decisions over its funding relationship with the charity would be made "in due course".

Sex in the news van



The commission said there was a "culture of poor behaviour" at the charity, and issued it with an official warning over its "mismanagement". He has admitted two charges of misconduct in public office by having sexual contact with two women. Oxfam has also not been able to bid for government funding pending the outcome of the month Charity Commission investigation. Vodka-swigging couple had sex in van as two-year-old kid watched from passenger seat Carl Stoiles and Georgina Bray were caught romping in the van in Burnley Exclusive 24 May , Fisher, who has a teenage daughter, faces four charges of sexual assault, one of attempted rape and misconduct in public office by accessing the police computer and using a police radio for personal communication. Last year Oxfam was accused of covering up claims staff sexually exploited victims of the earthquake. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionOxfam whistleblower says change will take years Oxfam has been severely criticised by the Charity Commission for the way it dealt with claims of serious sexual misconduct by its staff in Haiti. He was today caged for 22 months and handed a 47 month driving ban, while Bray was given a nine month sentence suspended for 18 months. After the claims emerged, Haiti banned Oxfam GB from operating inside its borders and thousands of people stopped making regular donations to the charity. An internal Oxfam investigation in led to four people being sacked and three others resigning, including Mr Van Hauwermeiren. Faced with an avalanche of safeguarding complaints from across the charity sector, there are still questions about whether the commission has the resources to sufficiently investigate and hold charities to account in the future. International Development Secretary Rory Stewart said the revelations about Oxfam had "shone a light on fundamental problems", adding that there were "no easy answers or room for complacency". The trial continues. She said she was asked to demonstrate how she was assaulted when Fisher exclaimed: Oxfam failed to adequately investigate allegations that children as young as 12 or 13 were victims of sexual misconduct by an unnamed charity "boss" It was not as full and frank as it should have been about Haiti, and did not report the allegations of child abuse by staff It treated some senior staff more leniently than junior staff over Haiti The impact on victims and the risk they faced appeared to take second place and was not taken seriously enough "What went wrong in Haiti did not happen in isolation," Charity Commission chief executive Helen Stephenson said. Image copyright VRT Image caption Mr Van Hauwermeiren worked in Chad from before going to Haiti in Tuesday's report, which followed an month investigation, found the charity failed to listen to warnings - including from its own staff, that it repeatedly fell below standards expected on safeguarding, and did not meet promises it made. However, it was supposed to be published six months ago.



































Sex in the news van



Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionOxfam whistleblower says change will take years Oxfam has been severely criticised by the Charity Commission for the way it dealt with claims of serious sexual misconduct by its staff in Haiti. Related Topics. How the Oxfam scandal unfolded Claims first emerged in The Times last year that Oxfam employees, including former country director Roland van Hauwermeiren, used young prostitutes while based in Haiti after the earthquake. The offences show a remarkably hedonistic, callous and reckless way of behaving Judge Andrew Jeffries Serial offender Stoiles, 37, who was on licence from prison at the time, also admitted a charge of dangerous driving and a charge of failing to provide a specimen of breath. The Charity Commission said Oxfam should have tried harder to substantiate the claims at the time, despite the lack of evidence. Mr Waley said Fisher struck up a relationship with a fifth woman he met in a supermarket and admitted having sex with her in his police van parked outside Selby bus station. The Department for International Development said decisions over its funding relationship with the charity would be made "in due course". The most stinging criticism was reserved for the way Oxfam was seen to be placing its own reputation - and its relationships with donors - above the need to protect victims. The Charity Commission has instructed Oxfam, which has been under new chief executive Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah since January, to submit a plan on how it will address concerns about its previous conduct, in an effort to "repair public trust and confidence". He was today caged for 22 months and handed a 47 month driving ban, while Bray was given a nine month sentence suspended for 18 months. Fisher, who has a teenage daughter, faces four charges of sexual assault, one of attempted rape and misconduct in public office by accessing the police computer and using a police radio for personal communication. The charity commission said the incidents in Haiti identified in were not "one-offs", with evidence of behavioural issues as early as June Last year Oxfam was accused of covering up claims staff sexually exploited victims of the earthquake. Feckless Carl Stoiles and Georgina Bray were spotted during the steamy show by another driver, who noticed the van was rocking from side-to-side.

The twice-married officer used the force computer to track down three of the women by allegedly looking up their mobile phone numbers. How the Oxfam scandal unfolded Claims first emerged in The Times last year that Oxfam employees, including former country director Roland van Hauwermeiren, used young prostitutes while based in Haiti after the earthquake. An internal Oxfam investigation in led to four people being sacked and three others resigning, including Mr Van Hauwermeiren. Image copyright VRT Image caption Mr Van Hauwermeiren worked in Chad from before going to Haiti in Tuesday's report, which followed an month investigation, found the charity failed to listen to warnings - including from its own staff, that it repeatedly fell below standards expected on safeguarding, and did not meet promises it made. She said she was asked to demonstrate how she was assaulted when Fisher exclaimed: He has admitted two charges of misconduct in public office by having sexual contact with two women. The Charity Commission has instructed Oxfam, which has been under new chief executive Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah since January, to submit a plan on how it will address concerns about its previous conduct, in an effort to "repair public trust and confidence". But a report published by Oxfam after the investigation failed to mention sexual exploitation. The most stinging criticism was reserved for the way Oxfam was seen to be placing its own reputation - and its relationships with donors - above the need to protect victims. Oxfam failed to adequately investigate allegations that children as young as 12 or 13 were victims of sexual misconduct by an unnamed charity "boss" It was not as full and frank as it should have been about Haiti, and did not report the allegations of child abuse by staff It treated some senior staff more leniently than junior staff over Haiti The impact on victims and the risk they faced appeared to take second place and was not taken seriously enough "What went wrong in Haiti did not happen in isolation," Charity Commission chief executive Helen Stephenson said. But the motorist was horrified when she looked in the window and saw mum-of-three Bray, 36, performing a sex act on her lover with the young child sat in the front passenger seat. Sex in the news van



He was arrested in March but denied any wrongdoing. Faced with an avalanche of safeguarding complaints from across the charity sector, there are still questions about whether the commission has the resources to sufficiently investigate and hold charities to account in the future. Image copyright VRT Image caption Mr Van Hauwermeiren worked in Chad from before going to Haiti in Tuesday's report, which followed an month investigation, found the charity failed to listen to warnings - including from its own staff, that it repeatedly fell below standards expected on safeguarding, and did not meet promises it made. Fisher, who has a teenage daughter, faces four charges of sexual assault, one of attempted rape and misconduct in public office by accessing the police computer and using a police radio for personal communication. The trial continues. Two allegations of physical abuse, made by email from a year-old and a year-old girl, were "suspected" not to be genuine by Oxfam at the time. International Development Secretary Rory Stewart said the revelations about Oxfam had "shone a light on fundamental problems", adding that there were "no easy answers or room for complacency". He was today caged for 22 months and handed a 47 month driving ban, while Bray was given a nine month sentence suspended for 18 months. Related Topics. However, it was supposed to be published six months ago. They both admitted a charge of outraging public decency by engaging in an sexual act in clear view of the public at Burnley Crown Court. The pair went on to have consensual sexual contact. But a report published by Oxfam after the investigation failed to mention sexual exploitation. The charity commission said the incidents in Haiti identified in were not "one-offs", with evidence of behavioural issues as early as June Oxfam has also not been able to bid for government funding pending the outcome of the month Charity Commission investigation. An internal Oxfam investigation in led to four people being sacked and three others resigning, including Mr Van Hauwermeiren. The Department for International Development said decisions over its funding relationship with the charity would be made "in due course". Its findings included: Mr Waley said Fisher tried to get the woman to perform a sex act, saying: Last year Oxfam was accused of covering up claims staff sexually exploited victims of the earthquake. The offences show a remarkably hedonistic, callous and reckless way of behaving Judge Andrew Jeffries Serial offender Stoiles, 37, who was on licence from prison at the time, also admitted a charge of dangerous driving and a charge of failing to provide a specimen of breath. She was drunk and the officer took her home in his squad car but began flirting before thrusting her hand to his groin. After the claims emerged, Haiti banned Oxfam GB from operating inside its borders and thousands of people stopped making regular donations to the charity. The report is incredibly strong and has done much to redress the Charity Commission's own laxity over safeguarding in the past.

Sex in the news van



But a report published by Oxfam after the investigation failed to mention sexual exploitation. International Development Secretary Rory Stewart said the revelations about Oxfam had "shone a light on fundamental problems", adding that there were "no easy answers or room for complacency". Fisher, who has a teenage daughter, faces four charges of sexual assault, one of attempted rape and misconduct in public office by accessing the police computer and using a police radio for personal communication. Oxfam failed to adequately investigate allegations that children as young as 12 or 13 were victims of sexual misconduct by an unnamed charity "boss" It was not as full and frank as it should have been about Haiti, and did not report the allegations of child abuse by staff It treated some senior staff more leniently than junior staff over Haiti The impact on victims and the risk they faced appeared to take second place and was not taken seriously enough "What went wrong in Haiti did not happen in isolation," Charity Commission chief executive Helen Stephenson said. After the claims emerged, Haiti banned Oxfam GB from operating inside its borders and thousands of people stopped making regular donations to the charity. He was arrested in March but denied any wrongdoing. Feckless Carl Stoiles and Georgina Bray were spotted during the steamy show by another driver, who noticed the van was rocking from side-to-side. The Department for International Development said decisions over its funding relationship with the charity would be made "in due course". Oxfam accepted the findings, saying what happened in Haiti was "shameful". Mr Waley said Fisher struck up a relationship with a fifth woman he met in a supermarket and admitted having sex with her in his police van parked outside Selby bus station. The court was told the boozed up couple had driven around for an hour before pulling over and romping. The report is incredibly strong and has done much to redress the Charity Commission's own laxity over safeguarding in the past. The most stinging criticism was reserved for the way Oxfam was seen to be placing its own reputation - and its relationships with donors - above the need to protect victims. But the motorist was horrified when she looked in the window and saw mum-of-three Bray, 36, performing a sex act on her lover with the young child sat in the front passenger seat. The commission said there was a "culture of poor behaviour" at the charity, and issued it with an official warning over its "mismanagement". She was drunk and the officer took her home in his squad car but began flirting before thrusting her hand to his groin. Prosecutor Simon Waley told Hull Crown Court Fisher met the women as either victims of crime or while on patrol and would befriend them first. How the Oxfam scandal unfolded Claims first emerged in The Times last year that Oxfam employees, including former country director Roland van Hauwermeiren, used young prostitutes while based in Haiti after the earthquake. He was today caged for 22 months and handed a 47 month driving ban, while Bray was given a nine month sentence suspended for 18 months. Related Topics. The Charity Commission has instructed Oxfam, which has been under new chief executive Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah since January, to submit a plan on how it will address concerns about its previous conduct, in an effort to "repair public trust and confidence". An internal Oxfam investigation in led to four people being sacked and three others resigning, including Mr Van Hauwermeiren. He has admitted two charges of misconduct in public office by having sexual contact with two women. The twice-married officer used the force computer to track down three of the women by allegedly looking up their mobile phone numbers. Vodka-swigging couple had sex in van as two-year-old kid watched from passenger seat Carl Stoiles and Georgina Bray were caught romping in the van in Burnley Exclusive 24 May , The Charity Commission said Oxfam should have tried harder to substantiate the claims at the time, despite the lack of evidence.

Sex in the news van



Oxfam has also not been able to bid for government funding pending the outcome of the month Charity Commission investigation. She said she was asked to demonstrate how she was assaulted when Fisher exclaimed: The Department for International Development said decisions over its funding relationship with the charity would be made "in due course". Mr Waley said Fisher struck up a relationship with a fifth woman he met in a supermarket and admitted having sex with her in his police van parked outside Selby bus station. However, it was supposed to be published six months ago. Fisher, who has a teenage daughter, faces four charges of sexual assault, one of attempted rape and misconduct in public office by accessing the police computer and using a police radio for personal communication. But a report published by Oxfam after the investigation failed to mention sexual exploitation. Two allegations of physical abuse, made by email from a year-old and a year-old girl, were "suspected" not to be genuine by Oxfam at the time. Oxfam accepted the findings, saying what happened in Haiti was "shameful". An internal Oxfam investigation in led to four people being sacked and three others resigning, including Mr Van Hauwermeiren. Image copyright VRT Image caption Mr Van Hauwermeiren worked in Chad from before going to Haiti in Tuesday's report, which followed an month investigation, found the charity failed to listen to warnings - including from its own staff, that it repeatedly fell below standards expected on safeguarding, and did not meet promises it made. He was today caged for 22 months and handed a 47 month driving ban, while Bray was given a nine month sentence suspended for 18 months. Its findings included: Prosecutor Simon Waley told Hull Crown Court Fisher met the women as either victims of crime or while on patrol and would befriend them first. The commission said there was a "culture of poor behaviour" at the charity, and issued it with an official warning over its "mismanagement". The twice-married officer used the force computer to track down three of the women by allegedly looking up their mobile phone numbers. Oxfam failed to adequately investigate allegations that children as young as 12 or 13 were victims of sexual misconduct by an unnamed charity "boss" It was not as full and frank as it should have been about Haiti, and did not report the allegations of child abuse by staff It treated some senior staff more leniently than junior staff over Haiti The impact on victims and the risk they faced appeared to take second place and was not taken seriously enough "What went wrong in Haiti did not happen in isolation," Charity Commission chief executive Helen Stephenson said. Related Topics. Faced with an avalanche of safeguarding complaints from across the charity sector, there are still questions about whether the commission has the resources to sufficiently investigate and hold charities to account in the future. How the Oxfam scandal unfolded Claims first emerged in The Times last year that Oxfam employees, including former country director Roland van Hauwermeiren, used young prostitutes while based in Haiti after the earthquake. Feckless Carl Stoiles and Georgina Bray were spotted during the steamy show by another driver, who noticed the van was rocking from side-to-side. Last year Oxfam was accused of covering up claims staff sexually exploited victims of the earthquake. The Charity Commission said Oxfam should have tried harder to substantiate the claims at the time, despite the lack of evidence. He was arrested in March but denied any wrongdoing. There were also issues at some of the charity's UK shops - the report highlighted 16 serious incidents involving volunteers under the age of The offences show a remarkably hedonistic, callous and reckless way of behaving Judge Andrew Jeffries Serial offender Stoiles, 37, who was on licence from prison at the time, also admitted a charge of dangerous driving and a charge of failing to provide a specimen of breath. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionOxfam whistleblower says change will take years Oxfam has been severely criticised by the Charity Commission for the way it dealt with claims of serious sexual misconduct by its staff in Haiti. The trial continues. International Development Secretary Rory Stewart said the revelations about Oxfam had "shone a light on fundamental problems", adding that there were "no easy answers or room for complacency". The pair went on to have consensual sexual contact.

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