Sexual Violence, Exploitation, and Abuse Improving Prevention Across Conflicts and Crises

written by On August 19, 2017

Former UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon and current UN Secretary-General António Guterres have both recognized sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) by interveners as a risk to peacekeeping operations, which has led to a series of new policy responses. As institutions begin to adopt new policies for the prevention of SEA by international interveners, it is critical that existing scholarship on conflict-related sexual violence be translated and integrated into SEA prevention efforts so that these two fields find common ground.

Sexual Violence, Exploitation, and Abuse Improving Prevention Across Conflicts and Crises

 

 

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