Global Sexual Violence Network

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Global Sexual Violence Network Satellite Map

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It is our goal to build a network of scholars, activists, nonprofit leaders, court and government officials, journalists and legal professionals interested in systematic sexual violence in civil and international conflicts. We hope that this network will foster interdisciplinary communication, bridge gaps and set the foundation for more effective future collaboration in efforts to respond to and prevent mass atrocities. Professionals in our network have been categorized based on their field of expertise and geocoded to create an interactive map displaying the who and where of the center's global sexual violence network.

Left click on a marker on the map to view the breakdown at that location, zoom in and out as desired. 

Sexual Violence as International Crime E-Newsletter Archive

Spring 2012: Hague I Book Release

Fall 2011: Global Sexual Violence Network updates

Summer 2011: Highlights of Local Efforts

To see the full version of the Local Effort Profiles, see the local activists section

Spring 2011: Hague Colloquium Follow-Up and Resources

Winter 2011

Summer/Fall 2010

Winter/Spring 2010: Welcome to the E-Newsletter

Center Video Interviews

Patricia Viseur Sellers, a Fellow at Kellogg College of Oxford University, gave the closing remarks at the end of Day One of the Second Hague Colloquium, Systematic Sexual Violence and Victims' Rights on April 7, 2011. Center on Law and Globalization staff had a quick conversation with her about the topics related to sexual violence and armed conflict such as the complex definition of rape and justice and her hopes for the international community as a whole.


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