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Join GJC in participating in 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence
On 20th Anniversary of Ratification, U.S. Continues to Violate Convention Against Torture
The Smartest Way to End Rape in War
GJC Submits Shadow Report to the Human Rights Council for the Universal Periodic Review of the United States
"The Lost Girls": GJC speaks out against abduction of Nigerian girls
U.S. Denies Abortions to Syrian War Rape Victims
Join GJC in participating in 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence Today, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, begins 16 Days of Activism. This is a chance to mobilize, raise awareness and trigger action to end the global scourge of violence against women and girls.
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On 20th Anniversary of Ratification, U.S. Continues to Violate Convention Against Torture In advance of the 53rd session of the Committe Against Torture, GJC & OMCT submitted a Shadow Report to the Committee urging it to call on the US Government to reverse its "no abortion" policy on foreign aid. Read More
The Smartest Way to End Rape in War GJC President Janet Benshoof reflects on the UK's historic Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict Read More
GJC Submits Shadow Report to the Human Rights Council for the Universal Periodic Review of the United States Read the more about the GJC's Submission here Read More
"The Lost Girls": GJC speaks out against abduction of Nigerian girls   GJC Legal Director Akila Radhakrishnan told Foreign Policy magazine that "the failure to comprehend the specific experiences of girls impeded accountability, reparations, and rehabilitation efforts."
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U.S. Denies Abortions to Syrian War Rape Victims On March 21, 2014, the New York Times published the Global Justice Center's letter to the editor highlighting the use of rape as a weapon of war in Syria, and a U.S. policy that punishes the victims. Read More  
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