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  • All Survivors Project’s submission to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC), 88th Pre-Sessional Working Group, November 2020

    All Survivors Project’s submission to the UN CRC, 88th Pre-Sessional Working Group, 08-12 February 2021 on South Sudan.

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  • All Survivors Project’s submission to the Universal Periodic Review of Somalia, June 2020

    All Survivors Project’s submission to the Universal Periodic Review 38th Session, April-May 2021.

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  • Joint submission by the Syrian Network for Human Rights and All Survivors Project to the United Nations Human Rights Committee, 130th Session, August 2020

    Joint submission to the UN Human Rights Committee (CCPR), 130th Session, 12 October 6 November 2020 on the Syrian Arab Republic.

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  • All Survivors Project’s submission to the United Nations Human Rights Committee, 130th Session, August 2020

    All Survivors Project’s submission to the UN Human Rights Committee (CCPR), 130th Session, 12 October 6 November 2020 on Yemen.

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  • All Survivors Project’s submission to the Committee on the Rights of the Child, 85th Session, August 2020

    All Survivors Project’s submission to the Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC), 85th Session, 7-25 September 2020 on Afghanistan.

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  • ASP’s Briefing for UN Security Council Open Debate on Sexual Violence in Conflict, July 2020

    In its briefing, ASP urges the UN Security Council and all UN Member States to consider adopting measures and advocating on steps needed to ensure accountability for conflict-related sexual violence against all persons.

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  • All Survivors Project’s submission to the Universal Periodic Review of Myanmar, June 2020

    All Survivors Project’s submission to the Universal Periodic Review 37th Session, January-February 2021 of Myanmar.

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  • Rapid assessment of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on male survivors of sexual violence in Afghanistan, 19 June 2020

    June 19 marks the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict, which commemorates the adoption of the 2008 UN Security Council resolution 1820 that condemns sexual violence as a tactic of war and frames it as a serious impediment to peacebuilding.

    In June 2020, All Survivors Project (ASP) and Youth Health and Development Organization (YHDO) conducted a rapid assessment of the impact of COVID-19 on male survivors of CRSV in Afghanistan. The assessment highlights concerning findings about the increased vulnerability experienced by male survivors of sexual violence during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • All Survivors Project’s Briefing for UN Security Council Open Debate on Children and Armed Conflict, June 2020

    In its briefing to the UN Security Council and member states, All Survivors Project highlights heightened vulnerabilities faced by boys to sexual and other forms of violence in situations of armed conflict in light of the COVID-19 pandemic in its focus countries.

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  • Brief compendium on conflict-related sexual violence against LGBT people in Colombia, 25 May 2020

    Produced jointly with national organisations Caribe Afirmativo and Colombia Diversa on the occasion of the National Day for the Dignity of Victims of Sexual Violence, this brief compendium summarises what is known about this form of violence based on prejudice.

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  • All Survivors Project’s submission to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Transitional Justice, May 2020

    All Survivors Project’s submission to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Transitional Justice on gender perspective in transitional justice processes, May 2020.

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  • Infographic on conflict-related sexual violence against LGBT people in Colombia, 17 May 2020

    Produced jointly with national organisations Caribe Afirmativo and Colombia Diversa on the occasion of the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, this infographic highlights some key aspects of this systematic form of prejudice-based violence perpetrated by paramilitaries, FARC-EP and public forces against LGBT people in the context of the armed conflict in Colombia.

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  • “Male and LGBT+ survivors of conflict-related sexual violence – a need for urgent research, policy and action”, Openly, 15 April 2020

    There is a critical need for research into how to help male and LGBT+ survivors of conflict-related sexual violence.

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  • Covid-19 update: ASP calls for a rights-respecting response, 23 March 2020

    As the situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19) develops, All Survivors Project (ASP) would like to keep our partners and friends updated on the measures we are taking to continue our work to uphold human rights by building a world where everyone is protected against conflict- related sexual violence and all survivors have access to care, support and justice.

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  • All Survivors Project’s submission to the United Nations Human Rights Committee, 128th Session, February 2020

    All Survivors Project’s submission to the UN Human Rights Committee (CCPR), 128th Session, 2-27 March 2020 on the Central African Republic.

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  • All Survivors Project’s submission to the United Nations Human Rights Committee, 128th Session, January 2020

    All Survivors Project’s submission to the UN Human Rights Committee (CCPR), 128th Session, 2-27 March 2020 on Kenya.

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  • All Survivors Project’s submission to the United Nations Human Rights Committee, 128th Session, January 2020

    All Survivors Project’s submission to the UN Human Rights Committee (CCPR), 128th Session, 2-27 March 2020 on Sri Lanka.

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  • Interview ‘”We know little, too little”: Mental health of male survivors of sexual violence in Afghanistan’, 10 October 2019

    All Survivors Project (ASP) has recently conducted research on sexual violence against men and boys in Afghanistan, which shows that serious mental health needs of survivors remain unaddressed. Today, on World Mental Health Day we ask Dr Pete Ventevogel, UNHCR Senior Mental Health Officer, his view on challenges to researching and responding to mental health needs of male survivors of sexual violence in conflict and displacement settings.

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  • Side-event “Responding to sexual violence in the context of detention”, 8 October 2019, Conference Room 12, UN Headquarters, New York, United States

    This event was co-hosted by All Survivors Project (ASP), the Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary General on Conflict-related Sexual Violence, the Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Children and Armed Conflict, the Permanent Mission of the Federal Republic of Germany to the UN, the Permanent Mission of the Principality of Liechtenstein to the UN, the Permanent Mission of Norway to the UN, the Permanent Mission of Peru to the UN and the Permanent Mission of Switzerland to the UN.

    Panellists included H.E. Ambassador Christoph Heusgen (Permanent Representative of Germany to the United Nations)
, H.E. Ms. Pramila Patten (Special Representative of the Secretary General for Sexual Violence in Conflict)
, H.E. Ms. Virginia Gamba (Special Representative of the Secretary General for Children and Armed Conflict
), Mr. Omar Alshogre (TED speaker and survivor of torture)
, and Ms. Charu Lata Hogg (Founder Director, ASP). H.E. Ambassador Christian Wenaweser, Permanent Representative of the Principality of Liechtenstein to the United Nations, moderated the discussion.

  • Annual Project platform of the Association of Liechtenstein Charitable Foundations and Trusts (VLGST), 1 October 2019, Vaduz, Liechtenstein

    On 1st October, Charu Lata Hogg, ASP’s Executive Director, and Philipp Wanger, member of the Board of Trustees, participated in the third instalment of VLGST’s project platform along with other four member organisations to promote exchange within the philanthropy sector. Prince Maximilian of Liechtenstein held the event’s keynote speech.