(PassBlue) – Two women have been named to highly visible posts at the United Nations: Pramila Patten of Mauritius is the new special envoy on sexual violence in conflict; and Virginia Gamba, an Argentine, is special envoy on children in armed conflict. The latter is arguably the more controversial job because through an annual report it directly implicates governments and other parties who abuse children’s rights in wars. The next report, covering 2016, is due out in early June. It will most likely contain information on Saudi Arabia’s role in the deaths of children and other harms to them in Yemen.