Rape in Darfur, A History Of Predation by WagingPeace

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WagingPeace have been campaigning since November 2014 against the mass rape of 221 women and girls in Tabit, Northern Darfur. In the anniversary of the event, they released a report that highlights how rape, used as a weapon in the conflict, is still proceeding. The report covers the testimonies of 77 women and girls, revealing their first-hand experience of sexual and gender-based violence. To view the full report click on the link provided at the bottom.

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Summary of the report

The methodology: How interviews were conducted, themes from testimonies highlighting how ethnicity and politics play a vital role in the attacks, the lack of justice in the matter, UNAMID’s role, and medical provision.

Recommendations by WagingPeace: reporting of rape cases with effective follow up, pressure on the Sudanese government on the issue of medical provision, urging European Countries to provide fair treatment and protection for victims of sexual violence in asylum, and the re-opening of the International Criminal Court investigation

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