For the offender to re-establish perceptions of his/her benevolent intent, the offender should quickly and voluntarily offer a thorough and sincere apology which conveys remorse for harm inflicted, an explanation of the details surrounding the betrayal, and a promise of future cooperation. Further, it is critical for the parties to substantively reaffirm their commitment to each other and to the ideals and values upon which the relationship is built. The offender should explicitly recommit to the relationship, and discuss strategies to avoid similar problems in the future.
The third annual report in the Financing Series, entitled “Financing the United Nation Development System – Pathways to Reposition for Agenda 2030” , was launched in New York today. Produced jointly by the Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation (DHF) and the UN MPTF Office, the report provides an overview of UN Development System (UNDS) resources, analyzes different sources of UNDS income and presents a profile of UNDS expenditure. The second part of the report includes a collection of over 20 essays from individual expert contributors covering a range or critical issues facing UNDS financing. Here is the link to the executive summary , and the full report is available on the UN MPTF Office website.
In 2013, a mysterious group of hackers that calls itself the Shadow Brokers stole a few disks full of National Security Agency secrets. Since last summer, they've been dumping these secrets on the internet. They have publicly embarrassed the NSA and damaged its intelligence-gathering capabilities, while at the same time have put sophisticated cyberweapons in the hands of anyone who wants them. They have exposed major vulnerabilities in Cisco routers, Microsoft Windows, and Linux mail servers, forcing those companies and their customers to scramble.