Bono is “shocked and furious” about the abuses in his organization, The One Campaign. He offered Sunday his apology in The Mail on Sunday.
The One Campaign fights against poverty in Africa. This weekend, a group of ex-employees out with their experiences. They claim for years to be harassed by a supervisor. On complaints that the organisation was not responded to. The former employees claim between 2011 and 2015 “worse than dogs” are treated.
One of the ex-employees has stated that they have a lower position after she had refused to get intimate with a overheidsbeambte, against whom the executive is sexist and suggestive comments about her had made. Another was summoned on the weekend of household work to do at the manager’s home. The supervisor sent regular e-mails around which members of staff “worthless” or “idiot” were also mentioned.
Bono acknowledged Sunday that there is something terribly wrong had gone into the organization, and said that he greatly regretted. The U2 frontman has stated that he will soon pass by the old employees, to them personally to apologize.