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Documenting Violence Against the Rohingyas Firsthand: Evidence That Can’t Be Ignored

12/22/2017

Military leaders in Myanmar falsely claim they have mounted this brutal attack on civilians, many of them children, because they are “terrorists.” The forensic evidence in these cases tells a vastly different story — the truth.

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A Victory for Justice in the Congo

12/19/2017

In a stunning victory for justice, a Congolese court has convicted 11 men of crimes against humanity and sentenced them to life in prison for the rapes of dozens of little girls over a three-year period in the village of Kavumu, Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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Parents of Congolese Child Rape Victims Testify in Landmark Trial

12/11/2017

The parents of a group of little Congolese girls who were savagely raped during a three-year reign of terror in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) took the stand today in a landmark trial, where Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) has provided technical support in gathering forensic evdience.

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Post-election Violence in Kenya

‘Someone banged on my door’: 7 years after election rapes, justice still missing for Kenya survivors

10/26/2015

Following the elections in late 2007, Kenya endured significant atrocities, including murder, ethnic cleansing, and rape... years after that violent crisis, women are still seeking justice.

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From Inevitable to Preventable: A Survivor-Centered Approach to Sexual Violence

10/07/2015

In both conflict and non-conflict scenarios, women face a daily risk of assaults at home, in the workplace, on the street, and even in college dorms. In addition, victim blaming and other negative responses from first responders is commonplace, leading to underreporting of these crimes.

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