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Lost in translation: UN responses to sexual violence against men and boys in situations of armed conflict

Lost in translation: UN responses to sexual violence against men and boys in situations of armed... AbstractThis article considers the UN responses to sexual violence against men and boys in armed conflict – in particular, steps taken towards understanding this problem, measures of prevention and protection, and consequences for accused perpetrators. In so doing, the article assesses the state of knowledge and work in the field of male sexual violence and notes that although there have been many positive developments, the issue is not always moving in the right direction. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Review of the Red Cross Cambridge University Press

Lost in translation: UN responses to sexual violence against men and boys in situations of armed conflict

International Review of the Red Cross , Volume 92 (877): 19 – Nov 1, 3

Lost in translation: UN responses to sexual violence against men and boys in situations of armed conflict

International Review of the Red Cross , Volume 92 (877): 19 – Nov 1, 3

Abstract

AbstractThis article considers the UN responses to sexual violence against men and boys in armed conflict – in particular, steps taken towards understanding this problem, measures of prevention and protection, and consequences for accused perpetrators. In so doing, the article assesses the state of knowledge and work in the field of male sexual violence and notes that although there have been many positive developments, the issue is not always moving in the right direction.

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Publisher
Cambridge University Press
Copyright
Copyright © International Committee of the Red Cross 2010
ISSN
1607-5889
eISSN
1816-3831
DOI
10.1017/S1816383110000020
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Abstract

AbstractThis article considers the UN responses to sexual violence against men and boys in armed conflict – in particular, steps taken towards understanding this problem, measures of prevention and protection, and consequences for accused perpetrators. In so doing, the article assesses the state of knowledge and work in the field of male sexual violence and notes that although there have been many positive developments, the issue is not always moving in the right direction.

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International Review of the Red CrossCambridge University Press

Published: Nov 1, 3

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