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Born of rape

23 years after the genocide, Rwanda is seen as an example in the region. But behind its neatly restored image lurks the tragedy of children born of rape. The trauma for mother and child has yet to be properly addressed.

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17.08.2017 | 13:54

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Jyoti to Jisha: No justice for India’s daughters

rape3I know, you’ve read enough already! You probably shook your head when you saw the headline. Another rape? God, what is this country coming to? Why don’t they do something about it? The shock turns into anger and then the anger fades into resignation.

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28.05.2016 | 13:37

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Agents of Ishq – Conversations about sex shouldn’t only be about abuse and rape

© AFP/Getty Images/D. Dutta

© AFP/Getty Images/D. Dutta

The narrative of sex in India tends to have got stuck on the issues of violence, rape and harassment. This is not surprising considering that India is a country in which a majority of the women face sexual violence on a daily basis.

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24.03.2016 | 15:03

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Cologne – Can group dynamics lead to sexual violence?

Demonstration against sexism in Cologne, January 5 2016 © picture-alliance/dpa/O. Berg

Demonstration against sexism in Cologne January 5, 2016 © picture-alliance/dpa/O. Berg

On New Years’s Eve, hundreds of men sexually harassed women in public. How could this happen? What are the impacts of group dynamics in such a situation? Dr. Barbara Krahé, a social psychology professor, explains.

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11.01.2016 | 13:25

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Rights Group Documents Mass Rape in Darfur

(Copyright: picture-alliance/dpa)

(Copyright: picture-alliance/dpa)

The rights group Human Rights Watch says that more than 200 women and girls were raped by members of the Sudanese army in a 36-hour assault on the north Darfur town of Tabit beginning on October 30, 2014. DW spoke to Human Rights Watch spokesperson Leslie Lefkow.

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20.02.2015 | 14:38

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