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  • “Understanding sexual violence against men and boys in conflict”, Open Global Rights, 19 June 2018

    All Survivors Project Executive Director Charu Lata Hogg discusses the much-neglected issue of sexual victimisation of males in conflict.

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  • Podcast “Medical Care of Male Survivors of Sexual Violence in CAR” commemorates International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict, 19 June 2018

    All Survivors Project commemorates the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict on June 19, 2018, by releasing “Medical Care of Male Survivors of Sexual Violence in CAR”. The twenty-six minute podcast highlights the medical needs of male sexual violence survivors and the challenges they face in accessing care in situations of conflict. The podcast examines barriers faced by male survivors of sexual violence in the Central African Republic following the recent ASP report on sexual violence against men and boys in the country.

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    Press statement in English, French.

  • All Survivors Project Briefs the Committee on the Rights of the Child, 7 June 2018, Geneva, Switzerland

    All Survivors Project Executive Director, Charu Hogg briefs members of the Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC) at Palais Wilson,  Geneva (Switzerland) during the 80th Pre-Sessional Working Group, 7 June 2018.

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  • Workshop “Gender Inclusive Responses to Conflict Related Sexual Violence”, 4 May 2018, Princeton, United States

    All Survivors Project and the Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination’s Project on Gender in the Global Community co-sponsored a workshop, “Gender Inclusive Responses to Conflict Related Sexual Violence,” 4 May 2018. The workshop brought together academics, policy-makers, and key UN and NGO actors to discuss a framework for tangible measures that can be adopted to ensure that a gender-inclusive approach to sexual violence in conflict and the issue of sexual violence against males. The discussions focused on how to improve the overall response to sexual violence in conflict by ensuring both gender inclusivity and gender competence.

  • Side-event “Improving Responses to Conflict Related Sexual Violence in Central African Republic”, 2 May 2018, New York, United States

    All Survivors Project presented findings from its recent report “I don’t know who can help” Men and boys facing sexual violence in the Central African Republic at an event at the United Nations Headquarters, hosted by the Permanent Mission of UK and co-sponsored by the Missions of Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Morocco and Spain to the UN in New York.

  • UN Security Council Open Debate on Sexual Violence in Conflict, 16 April 2018

    All Survivors Project analyses member state interventions in the recent Open Debate on Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict (8234th meeting) which was held on 16th April 2018 to assess progress in acknowledging the gender specific realities of sexual violence against men and boys in situations of armed conflict.

    Over one third of UN member states and international organisations who intervened in the Open Debate referred to conflict-related sexual violence against men and boys which constitutes an 8% increase from the 2017 Open Debate.

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  • UMIRR Director reaffirms need to address conflict-related sexual violence against men and boys, 10 April 2018, Bangui, Central African Republic

    Captain Paul Amédé Moyenzo Director of UMIRR speaks to All Survivors Project during the 2-day workshop in Bangui on April 10th, 11th 2018, and identifies a role for ASP in designing and implementing responses to sexual violence against men and boys.
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  • Workshop “Implementing a prevention and response framework for sexual violence against men and boys in CAR”, 10-11 April 2018, Bangui, Central African Republic

    ASP’s research in CAR conducted in October and September 2017 identified a discernible pattern of sexual violence against men and boys. This workshop aimed to facilitate the exchange of views and good practices to help build effective and workable solutions from a survivor/victim-centred perspective.  The aim of this workshop is to begin a collective process to build tangible guidance and tools for an effective response to male survivors and, ultimately, a better access to quality and confidential care and support by survivors.

  • All Survivors Project’s submission for UN Security Council Open Debate on Sexual Violence, April 2018

    All Survivors Project’s submission for the United Nations Security Council in advance of the Open Debate on ‘Women, Peace and Security: Preventing sexual violence in conflict through empowerment, gender equality and access to justice’, 16th April 2018.

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  • All Survivors Project’s submission to the Committee on the Rights of the Child, 80th Pre-Sessional Working Group, March 2018

    All Survivors Project’s submission to the Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC), 80th Pre-Sessional Working Group, 04-08 June 2018 on the Syrian Arab Republic Republic.

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  • “Transitional justice in the Colombian peace process and the need to ensure male survivors of sexual violence are not left out”, All Survivors Project, 24 March 2018

    In commemoration of the International Day for the Right to the Truth concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and the Dignity of Victims.

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  • “Male survivors of sexual violence suffer in silence due to stigma”, IPS, 14 March 2018

    Inter Press Service coverage of All Survivors Project’s report “I don’t know who can help” Men and boys facing sexual violence in Central African Republic.

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  • “CAR Conflict: Armed Groups Accused of Sexual Assault on Men, Boys”, PM News Nigeria, 6 March 2018

    PM News Nigeria coverage of All Survivors Project’s report “I don’t know who can help” Men and boys facing sexual violence in Central African Republic.

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  • “Rape of men and boys ‘serious blind spot’ in Central African Republic”, IB Times, 5 March 2018

    International Business Times coverage of All Survivors Project’s report “I don’t know who can help” Men and boys facing sexual violence in Central African Republic.

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  • “Rape of men and boys in Central African Republic is ‘ignored’ crime”, Reuters, 5 March 2018

    Thomson Reuters Foundation coverage of All Survivors Project’s report “I don’t know who can help” Men and boys facing sexual violence in Central African Republic.

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  • “They amused themselves with my body” Male survivors of sexual violence stay silent in CAR, African Arguments, 5 March 2018

    African Arguments coverage of All Survivors Project’s report “I don’t know who can help” Men and boys facing sexual violence in Central African Republic.

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  • All Survivors Project’s submission to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, March 2018

    All Survivors Project’s submission to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR) 63rd session, 12-29 March 2018 on Central African Republic.

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  • “Understanding Sexualised Violence against Men and Boys in the context of the Syria crisis – Learning for Development and Peacebuilding”, Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, 14 February 2018, Berlin, Germany

    Our Director Charu Hogg presented All Survivor’s Project’s findings on sexual and gender based violence against men and boys in Syria and Turkey.
  • “Way Forward: Gender Inclusivity in Sexual Violence Responses”, 12-13 February 2018, Berlin, Germany

    Our Director Charu Hogg chaired the panel on “Way Forward: Gender Inclusivity in Sexual Violence Responses” at the international workshop on Children and Armed Conflict & Women, Peace and Security (CAAC-WPS) which was hosted by the Federal Foreign Office and ZiF in Berlin on the 12-13 February 2018.
  • “Hidden Victims: Sexual Violence Against Boys and Men in Conflict”, 11 December 2017, New York, United States

    Sexual violence against boys and men in situations of armed conflict and displacement is a critical problem. It hasn’t been given the attention it deserves by the international community up to now, making this initiative even more important,” said the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict (SRSG-CAAC), Ms. Virginia Gamba in her opening remarks at a High-Level event on the issue on 11 December 2017. The event was co-organised by the Permanent Missions of Liechtenstein, UK, Switzerland, the All Survivors Project and the Liechtenstein Institute on Self Determination at Princeton University.

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