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European Commission πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί Jun 19
Sexual violence is a weapon of war, used against millions of women, men and children in conflict zones around the world.
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First Lady of Rwanda Jun 19
On this day in 2008, the United Nations Security Council adopted resolution 1820 declaring rape as a war crime. For Rwanda, this was an important milestone as the first country to prosecute mass rape as a war crime, in international courts.
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Foreign Office πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Jun 19
Rape and other forms of sexual violence are used as weapons of war πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ The UK is committed to ending sexual violence and securing justice for survivors |
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UNICEF Jun 18
No more impunity. No more silence. No more stigma. Anyone who experiences sexual violence needs justice.
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United Nations Jun 19
No more impunity. No more silence. No more stigma. Survivors of sexual violence crimes need justice. Wednesday is the International Day to . via
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UN Women Apr 23
It's time to make justice your priority and truly honour survivors like , who have already suffered too much. - International Human Rights Lawyer Amal Clooney to the Security Council.
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Amina J Mohammed Jun 19
On Int’l Day for the Elimination of Sexual violence in conflict, I stress the need for a survivor-centred approach to alleviate stigma & mend the social fabric so that they can thrive. Together we can , provide solutions for women & girls like Halima.
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United Nations Jun 19
Sexual violence in conflict is a threat to our collective security & a stain on our common humanity. Together, we can and must replace impunity with justice; and indifference with action. -- on International Day to
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UN Women Jun 19
On the International Day to , we call for prevention, response, justice and accountability for survivors.
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UN Women Jun 18
Indigenous women were systematically raped and enslaved by the military during this Guatemalan civil war. The women of Sepur Zarco waited a long time for justice. Now they wait for reparations.
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Int'l Criminal Court Jun 19
Rape is a war crime and a crime against humanity under the , the ’s founding treaty. Join us in marking the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict this 19 June.
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UN Women Jun 18
Drita is a prosecutor for the Special Prosecution Office of Kosovo. She believes prosecuting conflict-related sexual violence is a human responsibility.
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UN Women Jun 17
Laureate Dr. has dedicated his efforts to helping women & girls recover from sexual violence in DR Congo. The fight to continues.
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UN Women Jun 19
Hear from a survivor of sexual & gender-based violence:
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Chapter Four Uganda Jun 19
Today marks the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict. We join the international community to unequivocally condemn all forms of sexual violence & exploitation, especially against women and girls who are most at risk.
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Department of State Jun 19
As we mark the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict, the United States remains resolute in its commitment to preventing conflict-related sexual violence and holding accountable those responsible.
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UN Against Sexual Violence in Conflict Jul 17
Many victims around the world 🌎 still lack access to justice βš–οΈ. On this Day of International Criminal Justice, stands with the to ensure that perpetrators are held accountable for their crimes.
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UN Women Jun 18
Sexual violence cannot prevail as a weapon of war and armed conflict. Laureate shows courage by telling her story to the world to .
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UN Humanitarian Jun 19
On the International Day to , and every day, we must all do more to prevent and protect women and girls, and men and boys from sexual violence.
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EU Humanitarian Aid πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί Jun 19
Sexual violence is a despicable crime that is preventable, not inevitable. The time to end it is now.
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