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Sexual Attacks in Syria Mapped by Women's Media Center Using Crowdsourcing


Susannah Sirkin, Deputy Director of PHR, comments on the utility of crowd sourcing in tracking sexual attacks in Syria, reports the International Women's Media Foundation.

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Dafur Survival Campaign

Medical Evidence of Widespread Torture in Darfur Released by PHR in PLoS Medicine


Today’s issue of PLoS Medicine features a peer-reviewed study led by PHR that provides rare forensic medical evidence of widespread, sustained torture and other human rights violations by the Government of Sudan (GoS) and allied Janjaweed forces against non-Arabic-speaking civilians in South Darfur.

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New tool helps U.S. group track sex crimes in Syria


A U.S. women's group is using new crowd-sourcing techniques to track rape and other sexual violence across Syria in one of the first efforts to monitor assaults against women during military conflict in real-time.

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Thomas Lubanga

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International Criminal Court Finds Lubanga Guilty of War Crimes


Today the International Criminal Court issued a landmark decision in the trial of Thomas Lubanga Djilo, a leader of a rebel group in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). PHR welcomes the decision in the Court’s first major judgment where Lubanga was found guilty of conscripting children under the age of 15 to actively participate in hostilities.

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Forensic Nursing and the Law

International Association of Forensic Nurses

The International Association of Forensic Nurses recently profiled PHR's program on sexual violence in conflict zones in their newsletter, "On the Edge".

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