One in three UN workers has been sexually harassed in the past two years, a UN report has revealed.
Just 30,364 staff and contractors completed the survey in November - 17% of the total number eligible to do so.
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says the report, and the "moderately low" response rate, is a sign that they "still have a long way to go".
The report comes amid the global #MeToo movement against sexual harassment, abuse and assault.
Mr Guterres says the relatively low number of participants in the survey could be a sign of an "ongoing sense of mistrust, perceptions of inaction and lack of accountability" in the UN.