Much more needs to be done to secure justice for survivors of conflict-related sexual violence against men and boys agreed panelists at an event hosted by Justice Rapid Response and All Survivors Project.
In my second month as Executive Director, I feel both humbled and energized by this new responsibility and the work that lies ahead, leading Justice Rapid Response amid an evolving international justice context.
Justice Rapid Response has launched a new research paper on the investigation of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) allegations involving children, as part of a new project on enhancing justice for child survivors.
As my mandate at Justice Rapid Response draws to a close, I am inspired to reflect on the importance of the work we continue to do along with our partners for justice and accountability around the world.
The year 2021 marked another record year for Justice Rapid Response in terms of demand for support, number of experts deployed, new partnerships, and milestone convictions following years of investigative support, the organization announced in its recently released annual report.
The Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan launched a report documenting endemic levels of conflict-related sexual violence, with a focus on incidents of rape, including gang rape, sexual violence, sexual slavery, forced marriage, and torture.
The 29th Justice Rapid Response (JRR) training course and fifth course for forensic experts on International Criminal Investigations was officially opened in Adana, Turkey, on 27 April 2015. The training course was officially opened by Prof. Dr. Mustafa Kibar, Rector of Cukurova University; and Prof. Dr. Mete Gulmen, Professor at Cukurova University who is kindlyRead More