Fault Lines investigates the legacy and impact of sex abuse by UN peacekeepers in Haiti.
by Annette Ekin
US & Canada24 Jan 2017 14:52 GMT
Eight years of progress and funding for programmes countering sexual violence against women are about to be undone.
Greece24 Jan 2017 13:59 GMT
Study casts light on conditions women endure in refugee camps as they attempt to reach northern Europe.
India03 Jan 2017 12:28 GMT
Politician under scrutiny after blaming victims' clothing for alleged mass molestation incident on New Years Eve.
slavery03 Jan 2017 09:37 GMT
Saved from grips of being trafficked into modern-day slavery, victims suffer severe trauma and struggle to move on.
Canada28 Nov 2016 19:56 GMT
About 960 soldiers reported being raped, grabbed, kissed, fondled, or subjected to unwanted advances over the past year.
Human Rights22 Nov 2016 09:45 GMT
Turkish Prime Minister Yildirim confirms withdrawal, saying "broad consensus" was needed.
India31 Aug 2016 21:43 GMT
New figures released by India's crime records bureau show that vast majority of victims knew their attackers.
Human Rights18 Aug 2016 12:15 GMT
Despite promises to fast-track rape cases, many victims and survivors in India must wait years for a glimpse of justice.
India04 Aug 2016 14:25 GMT
Few of India's abused women seek help. Social workers in Mumbai are trying to change that - one hospital at a time.
Human Rights28 Jul 2016 12:23 GMT
Report details "deeply disturbing" cases of rape and gang-rape by soldiers and men in plain clothes in Juba.
Latin America31 May 2016 06:02 GMT
Sixteen-year-old victim of attack, which was filmed and posted online, recounts ordeal as police chief takes over case.
Indonesia26 May 2016 13:53 GMT
Tough new punishments aimed at combating alarming rate of child sex abuse, but activists say measures will not work.
Thailand31 Mar 2016 22:01 GMT
Many soap operas are adapted from Thai novels in which rape of female protagonists is commonplace.
Human Rights09 Mar 2016 09:19 GMT
Sixteen-year-old succumbs to severe injuries in New Delhi hospital after assault on roof of family home, police say.
US & Canada02 Mar 2016 08:58 GMT
Cases of sexual abuse over four-decade period by Roman Catholic priests were covered up by US bishops, jury says.
by Gina Benevento
by Julia Zulver
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