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On a mission to cut Papua New Guinea’s high levels of sexual violence
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Saturday, 07 May 2022
On a mission to cut Papua New Guinea’s high levels of sexual violence
Nearly 60 per cent of women and girls aged 15-49 in Papua New Guinea have experienced some form of physical sexual violence, almost twice the global average. A health support group, backed by the UN, is educating young people and supporting survivors.Read Full Article ...
 
Ukraine war: UN signs framework to assist survivors of sexual violence
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Tuesday, 03 May 2022
Ukraine war: UN signs framework to assist survivors of sexual violence
Women’s rights do not end when wars begin, a senior UN official said in Ukraine on Tuesday, outlining measures towards ensuring justice and accountability fo...
 
Rights chief Bachelet back call for greater women’s role in disarmament talks
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Thursday, 21 April 2022
Rights chief Bachelet back call for greater women’s role in disarmament talks
Disarmament research agency UNIDIR called on Thursday for more women to take their rightful place in international security discussions – a move that’s b...
 
UNHCR calls for better oversight of UK ‘Homes for Ukraine’ scheme
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Wednesday, 13 April 2022
UNHCR calls for better oversight of UK ‘Homes for Ukraine’ scheme
The UN refugee agency, UNHCR, has highlighted the need for “adequate safeguards” and vetting measures to be put in place against the possible exploitatio...
 
Justice critical to fighting sexual violence in conflict
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Wednesday, 13 April 2022
Justice critical to fighting sexual violence in conflict
Women’s rights are human rights, and universal in times of war and peace, a senior UN official told the Security Council on Wednesday, urging ambassadors to ...
 
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