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Overview: Rape and Genocide

A. The Frequency and Nature of Sexual Atrocity in Civil Conflict

Women and Children Are Particularly Vulnerable to Violence in Darfur
Sexual Assault in War Torn Sierra Leone
Action Research: Gathering Local Knowledge on Local Instances of Sexual Assault
When Are Women Allowed to Survive Genocides?
How Rape Became a Crime against Humanity
Characteristics of War-Related Sexual Assault in Sierra Leone
Commission Faced Challenges Gathering Information on Humanitarian Law Violations in the Former Yugoslavia
Sudanese Government Takes Few Steps to Stop Sexual Violence in Darfur
Baath Party Groups Commit Human Rights Abuses in Southern Iraq
Patterns of Rape in Darfur
Why Rape Is Effective for Genocide
Arab Women Play a Role in War-Related Rape in Darfur

B. Gendercide

Gendercide Kills Both Men and Women
The Notion of “Gendercide” Confuses Gender and Sex
Gendercide and Genocide Are Different

C. Results of Rape in Genocide

Consequences of Sexual Violence for Women and Communities in Darfur
Baath Party Groups Commit Human Rights Abuses in Southern Iraq
Tragedy for Women in Rwanda
Characteristics of War-Related Sexual Assault in Sierra Leone
Violent Conflict Changes African Gender Relations
Gender Expectations May Stimulate More Conflict
Helping Women Who Have Suffered War-Related Sexual Abuse in Sierra Leone

D. The Legal Status of Rape and Sexual Atrocity in International Law

The Statute of the International Criminal Court Protects against Sexual Crimes
Rape May Be a Crime against Humanity in International Law
Rape May Be a War Crime
Rape May Be an Act of Genocide in International Law
How Rape Became a Crime against Humanity
The Statute of the International Criminal Court Protects against Sexual Crimes
Consensus Increases on Rape in International Law
What Counts as Rape in International Crimes?

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