Title Published Date
Briefing #1: War Rape: The European Commission Violates EU Law & The Geneva Conventions April 09, 2015
Reply to Ms. Janet Benshoof from Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva November 20, 2014
GJC & OMCT Shadow Report to the Committee Against Torture October 21, 2014
Submission from the Global Justice Center: Serving the Needs of People in Conflict by Guaranteeing the Rights Specific to Conflict October 21, 2014
Open Letter to Commissioner Georgieva October 10, 2014
The European Union's Duty Under International Humanitarian Law to Ensure Non-Discriminatory Medical Care to Women and Girls Raped in Armed Conflict, Including Access to Safe Abortion Services October 08, 2014
Submission to the Universal Periodic Review of the United States (2014) September 16, 2014
Q&A: How President Obama Can - and Must - Save the Lives of Girls & Women Raped in War by Lifting the Abortion Ban Attached to US Humanitarian Aid September 16, 2014
Letter to President Obama, "Re: Ending the Deadly Denial of Abortion Services to Girls and Women Raped in War" August 12, 2014
Executive Summary: The International Legal Framework of Peace Negotiations: Requirements and Recommendations for Enforcing Women’s Rights June 12, 2014
Fact Sheet: Stopping The Use Of Rape As A Tactic Of War: A New Approach June 10, 2014
Frequently Asked Questions: Rape as an Illegal Tactic of War June 10, 2014
Security Council Resolutions on Women, Peace and Security in Practice: The Failed Case of Burma June 02, 2014
GJC Leads Joint Call for UN Security Council Action on Abducted Nigerian Schoolgirls May 13, 2014
Letter to Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva: Re: The Commission’s Policy on Abortions for Women and Girls Impregnated by Rape in Armed Conflict April 29, 2014
Norwegian Bar Association urges POTUS to lift abortion restrictions on humanitarian aid for female rape victims February 13, 2014
Open Letter to Special Rapporteur Tomás Quintana: The Incompatibility of Myanmar’s Constitution with the UN Charter Must Be Addressed October 11, 2013
The United Kingdom’s Duty under International Humanitarian Law to Ensure Non-Discriminatory Medical Care to Women and Girls Raped in Armed Conflict, including Access to Safe Abortion Services October 09, 2013
Compendium: The Obligation of the United Kingdom to Protect the Inalienable Rights of Girls and Women Raped in Armed Conflict to Non-Discriminatory Medical Care Including Access to Abortion: Excerpts of Relevant UK Laws, Policies, & Practices October 09, 2013
A Call for Leadership by the United Kingdom to Secure the Inalienable Rights of Girls and Women Raped & Impregnated in Armed Conflict to Non-discriminatory Medical Care including Abortion September 12, 2013