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The British Council is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and are keen to reflect diversity at every level within the organisation. We welcome applications from all sections of the community.

The British Council believes that all children have potential and that every child matters – everywhere in the world. The British Council affirms the position that all children have the right to be protected from all forms of abuse as set out in article 19, UNCRC, 1989

The United Nations is aware of various schemes, being circulated via e-mails, from the Internet

web sites, and via regular mail or fax, falsely stating that they are issued by or associated with

the United Nations.

These schemes may seek to extract money and in some cases personal details from the

recipients of such correspondence. Such schemes are fraudulent.

The schemes consist of letters, sent either via e-mail, fax, regular mail, or from web sites, which

appear as various proposals from people purporting to be officials of the United Nations, its

Funds and Programmes and other United Nations entities. The correspondence and other

documents, e-mails addresses and web sites may be made to look like they originate with the

United Nations. For example, they may contain official-looking United Nations stationery,

including the United Nations emblem or name, or some variation thereof, and e-mail or web site

addresses, including either or both of the words “United Nations” or some similar name, or the

name of a real United Nations entity or fictitious one.

The schemes, which have no connection whatsoever with the United Nations or the United

Nations System of organizations, take many forms. New schemes are appearing with increasing

frequency. A sampling of such employment scams include:

Employment Scams

Offers of employment or job openings with requests for payment of fees are fraudulent. The

scammers’ request for the payment of fees may come only after you have accepted the

fraudulent offer. The United Nations does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment

process (application, interview meeting, processing, training or any other fees). The United

Nations does not concern itself with information on bank accounts. Any requests for such

payment or information should be refused and reported to local law enforcement authorities for

appropriate action and to the United Nations for its information.

Convocations to e-mail interviews are fraudulent. The United Nations does not conduct

interviews via e-mail.

Entities falsely alleging an association with United Nations recruitment activities include “US

Committee for UN”, “United Nations Center for Development Initiative” and “United Nations

Global Military Intelligence”. Many others may also exist.

o “United Analyze”, falsely claiming to be supported by the United Nations;

o the “National Awareness Program on HIV/AIDS” and the “Mutual Partnership” program,

both falsely claiming to be associates with the United Nations Secretary-General;

o the “International Governmental Organization”, falsely linked to UNHCR, UNESCO and the

IMF.

o the “United Nations Lottery” (not in fact connected with the United Nations) and a false

claim that the United Nations has endorsed the “British Lottery International”; and

o the “United Nations Organization Anti-Terrorism/Money Laundering Unit” (not in fact

connected with the United Nations) requiring payment for what are termed “Anti-

Terrorism Money Laundering Certificates” in relation to non-existent “United Nations Stop

Orders” (also not connected with the United Nations) on payments of funds.

o Communications falsely stating that they are issued by actual United Nations entities,

such as the “Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)”, and offering

money, employment, free travel and visas.

SUCH USE OF THE UNITED NATIONS NAME AND EMBLEM OR OTHER NAMES OR INDICIA IN THESE

SCHEMES IS UNAUTHORIZED AND ILLEGAL. THE RELEVANT AUTHORITIES WILL BE INFORMED OF ANY

SUCH ACTIVITIES, OF WHICH THE UNITED NATIONS BECOMES AWARE, FOR APPROPRIATE ACTION

TO BE TAKEN BY THOSE AUTHORITIES.

EXTREME CAUTION SHOULD BE EXERCISED IN RELATION TO ANY SUSPICIOUS COMMUNICATION AS

FINANCIAL LOSS AND IDENTITY THEFT COULD RESULT FROM THE SENDING OF MONEY OR

PERSONAL INFORMATION TO THOSE ISSUING SUCH FRAUDULENT CORRESPONDENCE.

If you become aware of suspicious job openings or offers of employment, kindly bring this to our

attention.

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