GSP Recommends: Issue 63
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On our desk
Why a spate of new trials are drawing international scrutiny (Read) #WeAsOurselves initiative amplifies stories of Black sexual assault survivors (Read) In Kosovo, an uncertain future for the war crimes court nobody wanted (Read) Kidnapping: Eight Women Rescued As Another Group Of Bandits Embrace Peace In Zamfara (Read) Reports and Studies Children at Risk of Wartime Sexual Violence, 1990–2019 (Read) 72 Million Children Are at Risk for Sexual Violence in Conflict. What Can Be Done? (Read) Gender Equality, Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights, & Climate Change Are Linked (Read) News from around the world Central African Republic - Amid a rebel offensive, a push for justice in Central African Republic (Read) China - Landmark Case - Court Orders Man to Pay Wife for Housework (Read) Colombia - Ex-FARC commanders accept Colombia war crimes accusations (Read) Colombia - Will the politicians behind Colombia’s mass killing of civilians go to court? (Read) Gambia - 'More Spent On Arms And Security Than Women Matters' (Read) India - Sexual harassment at workplace remains a problem of institutions, not individuals (Read) India - Priya Ramani verdict has expanded the law on sexual harassment (Read) Sudan: A Road Paved With Thorns - Access to Justice for Women in Conflict Areas in Darfur (Read) South Sudan - Despite renewed political commitment, staggering levels of violence continued across South Sudan for the second successive year, UN experts note (Read) Syria - Assad Is Getting Away With the Century’s ‘Greatest War Crimes’ (Read) USA - Women of Color Still Lag Behind in the Workplace (Read) Watch and Listen Scholar Outlines What Reparations Might Look Like (Listen)