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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 FMR 61 - Ethics and accountability in researching sexual violence against men and boys Researching sexual violence against men and boys in humanitarian settings requires navigating multiple ethics- and accountability-related tensions. Sarah Chynoweth, Sarah Martin 20 Jun 2019
2 Responding to Sexual Violence in Conflict: Fighting Impunity in DRC Focusing on the 'male perpetrator,' this paper first examines how, why, and with what effect gendered and raced imaginaries became encoded in international peace and security policy. Chloe Lewis 17 Dec 2018
3 FMR 57 - Caring for male and LGBTI sexual violence survivors: learning from local organisations Local organisations responding to the Syrian humanitarian crisis are at the forefront of providing care for both male and LGBTI survivors of sexual violence. Sarah Chynoweth 28 Feb 2018
4 Rape Justice and Social Harmony in Northern Uganda Dr Holly Porter, gives a talk for the Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminar series on 24th February 2016. Holly Porter 04 Mar 2016
5 Child Soldiers: Protected Beyond Gender? An International Criminal Law Perspective Patricia Sellers draws on her professional experience to discuss how children can be legally protected in armed conflict Patricia Sellers 01 Apr 2014
6 Creative Commons The Prosecution of Rape in Wartime: Evidence from 1950s Kenya Julianne Weis draws on historical data to consider the prosecution of rape in wartime. Julianne Weis 01 Apr 2014
7 Creative Commons FMR 36 Preventing sexual violence While there has been more focus on assistance to survivors of sexual violence after they have been attacked, not enough resources or political attention are devoted to preventing these acts of violence from occurring in the first place. Melanie Teff, Camilla Campisi 08 Apr 2013
8 Creative Commons FMR 36 Protection from sexual violence in DRC While service provision for survivors of sexual violence is the top priority, protection for women and girls can also be improved in DRC. Sarah Mosely, Talita Cetinoglu, Marit Glad 08 Apr 2013
9 Creative Commons FMR 36 Beyond the silence: sexual violence in eastern DRC The sexual violence laws introduced in DRC in 2006 have had only limited impact. A much louder condemnation of rape and a far more proactive approach to prevention are urgently needed. Jessica Keralis 08 Apr 2013