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Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict
It's for all survivors of sexual violence in conflict. Official Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative (PSVI) account.
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UK in Cameroon🇬🇧 Nov 27
Today & other forms of continue to be used as weapons of war in conflicts around the world. creates awareness on , challenge harmful attitudes towards victims & network with like minded partners for a change
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UK in Cameroon🇬🇧 Nov 27
against gender based violence () with theme Orange the World: Generation Equality Stands Against Rape. Film screening on at the British Residence.
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Kolbassia Nov 20
Thank you and and and for these few productive days here in London made it possible by and
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The Sunday Times Magazine Nov 17
Nobel prizewinner Denis Mukwege has saved thousands of rape victims in the war torn Democratic Republic of Congo, many of them children and babies
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Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Nov 4
Due to a General Election called for 12 December, the UK Government has taken the difficult decision to postpone the international conference until 2020. We remain committed to ending CRSV and strengthening justice for all survivors.
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DFID Nov 2
UK aid’s What Works to Prevent Violence programme supported pilots in 12 countries to prevent violence against women like Denise. Today we announced new to expand these projects to make one million women and girls safer.
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The Guardian Oct 31
Nobel peace prize winners launch fund for wartime rape survivors
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Amina J Mohammed Oct 30
Sexual violence in conflict cannot go down in history as the greatest silence—the least reported & the least condemned. Survivors must be at the centre of our efforts, decision-making, programmes & policies should be informed by those who know what is needed.
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United Nations Oct 30
. winners & join launch of new Global Fund to help survivors of sexual violence reclaim their lives through justice and reparations.
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Mukwege Foundation Oct 30
We launch the Global Survivors Fund () today with Nobel Prize winners and for victims and survivors of sexual violence in conflict. We're looking to get the world behind us.
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Mukwege Foundation Oct 30
Official launch of Global Fund for Survivors of ! and address that the Fund will transform the lives of thousands of survivors through reparations and other forms of redress.
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Global Survivors Fund Oct 30
“Reparations are what survivors want most, but receive least." Pramila Patten, SRSG.
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Mukwege Foundation Oct 30
Today, and officially announce the launch of the Global Survivors Fund, whose mission is to ensure survivors of conflict-related sexual violence have access to reparations and other forms of redress, globally.
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UN Against Sexual Violence in Conflict Oct 29
👉Tomorrow is the Commemoration of the 10-year Anniversary of the Mandate on Sexual Violence in Conflict🎂! . is honoured to announce the presence of . ➡️Follow the event online on from 10 a.m.!
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Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Oct 29
Strengthening justice for survivors is central to our efforts to end CRSV   Watch participants from July’s conference discuss how survivor access to both formal and informal forms of justice can be improved
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Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Oct 28
“The need for justice can differ from one survivor to another…it is not just about bringing perpetrators to court.” Watch PSVI Survivor Champion Kolbassia Haoussou highlight the need for holistic efforts in bringing justice to survivors ahead of our conference
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The Royal Family Oct 18
On the second day in Kosovo, The Countess of Wessex met with religious leaders, who are taking steps to challenge the stigma that keeps survivors of conflict-based sexual violence silent and support them to tell their stories and seek justice
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The Royal Family Oct 18
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🎦Nadine - one of the UK’s PSVI survivors champion- wanted to share what she has learnt about some of the challenges facing survivors of conflict-based sexual violence in Kosovo.
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The Royal Family Oct 18
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Kolbassia talks about what it means to be a PSVI survivors champion and the importance of listening to the voices of all survivors of conflict-based sexual violence around the world. 🎦Take a look...
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The Royal Family Oct 18
Introducing Nadine and Kolbassia: the UK’s first PSVI’s survivor champions. Their role is to ensure that all policy decisions and discussions take a survivor-led approach. Nadine and Kolbassia accompanied The Countess throughout her visit to Kosovo.
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