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WorldLeadersTV UN WOMEN on RAPE, SEXUAL VIOLENCE in ARMED CONFLICT
WorldLeadersTV UN WOMEN on RAPE, SEXUAL VIOLENCE in ARMED CONFLICT
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WorldLeadersTV: UN WOMEN on RAPE, SEXUAL VIOLENCE in ARMED CONFLICTMaximsNewsNetwork ( http:www.MaximsNews.com ) 25 September 2012: UNTV: United Nations, New York - The United Nations and its partners today (25 September) stressed that stronger actions and commitment are needed from world leaders to prevent conflict-related sexual violence and to secure justice for survivors of gender-based crimes. Speaking to reporters at UN headquarters after a high-level panel discussion organized by UN Women, the United Kingdom, the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict, and the International Campaign to Stop Rape & Gender Violence in Conflict, the head of UN Women Michelle Bachelet noted that "thousands and thousands of women are raped every day".In conflict zones, women are disproportionately affected by sexual and gender-based violence, forced displacement, the destruction of civilian infrastructure and rights violations, according to Bachelet.The Secretary-General's envoy on sexual violence and conflict, Zainab Bangura said every member state was obliged to protect its most vulnerable citizens. She vowed to shine a spotlight on the perpetrators of sexual violence and "send a clear message to them, that there is no hiding place, that wherever you go, we will go after you, we will make sure that you are prosecuted".William Hague, UK Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs said sexual violence in conflict would be a "major theme" of the United Kingdom's presidency of the G8 next year. He also announced one million British pounds in new funding for the UN's efforts to combat sexual violence, and said the UK would put together a team of experts by the end of the year that could be dispatched to investigate sexual violence in trouble spots around the world.Hague said his country was already engaged in supporting the investigation of sexual violence against women in Syria. He added that "we're working hard on the Security Council on Syria. But we're at an impasse with two members of the Security Council about the way forward". He expected to meet with his Russian counterpart, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov Wednesday on the issue.Representatives from member States, UN agencies and more than 30 non-governmental organizations took part in today's discussion, which also drew the participation of women Nobel Peace Laureates Shirin Ebadi from Iran, Leymah Gbowee from Liberia and Jody Williams from the United States. Leymah Gbowee told reporters she was disappointed that grassroots efforts on sexual violence were often sidelined and said that despite some encouraging initiatives, "when it comes to actual doing, you don't find it, when it comes to funding for their work, we don't find it, when it comes to holding governments accountable we don't also find those things happening."Jody Williams, who is co-chair of the International Campaign to Stop Rape & Gender Violence in Conflict, said men needed to become involved to stop sexual violence, even if they felt uncomfortable talking about rape. "If you're not a rapist and you don't have the intention to be a rapist, stand up and say 'I will not be silent in the face of rape'", she said.MaximsNewsNetwork®™ & WorldLeadersTelevision™ News Network for the United Nations and the International Community™ "GIVING POWER & RESONANCE TO THE VOICE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY" ™ See: http:www.MaximsNews.com See: http:www.WorldLeadersTV.com ASIA100TVNet™ ASIATV100Net™ MAGNUMMAXIM™ TodaysNetworkNews™ WORLDMAGNUM™ GLOBALMAXIM™ TODAYSNETNEWS™ NewsNetworkToday™ NetworkNewsToday™ MaximsNewsEconomics™ MaximsNewsWorld™ MaximsNewsGlobal™ MaximsNewsGreen™ MaximsNewsWater™Internationally Accredited News Journalists and Members of the United Nations Correspondents Association (UNCA)
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