Sexual Violence in Conflict

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Nadia Murad On Her Shoulders: A Call to Stand with Survivors

On Her Shoulders: A Call to Stand with Survivors

I have just finished reading reviews of ‘On Her Shoulders’, Alexandria Brombach’s documentary on Nadia Murad, the human rights activist who won the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize. From the New York Times to RobertEbert.Com, the almost exclusively male reviewers gave halfhearted write-ups on a movie

Dr. Denis Mukwege & Sexual Violence in Conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Denis Mukwege & Sexual Violence in Conflict

I recently had the honor of attending a speech by a truly inspirational person, 2018 Nobel Peace Prize recipient Dr. Denis Mukwege.  Dr. Mukwege has devoted his life to the rights and health of women in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). For more than two

Where are the Syrian Girls?

When Syria spiralled into violence – seven years ago today – families began restricting the mobility of their daughters.

How You Can Help End Violence Against Women

While women and girls disproportionately face violence, they also are often the key to their families’ survival. We’ve seen over and over that in emergencies, women embody strength,  perseverance, and resilience.

Sex Doesn’t Stop During Emergencies

Sex does not stop in emergencies, and neither does pregnancy. Women and girls must have access to comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services, including family planning, wherever they are.

Documentary ‘The Uncondemned’ Shatters Stigma on Sexual Violence

In honor of the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict, join Peace is Loud’s campaign to bring new film The Uncondemned to colleges, universities and communities worldwide to strengthen support for survivors of sexual violence and torture.

“Speaking the Unspeakable”: Sexual Violence in Conflict

Their suffering and desperation was so great that they begged them to kill them, to end their pain once and for all… but the men who had been raping them replied, “No, we’re going to leave you alive so you can die of sadness.” This

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War and Women

In military conflicts, there are never winners. Without fail, war brings a devastating loss of life, property and irreparable psychological damage to civilians. Though it is not often brought into the spotlight, the suffering of women can be particularly acute. Major General Patrick Cammaert, a former

Sexual Violence in Conflict

Violence against women is a global issue and constitutes various human rights violations. Annually, the 25th of November marks the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and this special day also marks the beginning of the global campaign – 16 Days of

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