Secretary Kerry Hosts Discussion On Ending, Preventing Sexual Violence In Conflict
According to a U.S. Department of State press release, Secretary of State John Kerry will host a discussion focused “on the United States, United Nations, and United Kingdom’s joint efforts to prevent and respond to sexual violence in conflict situations and ongoing efforts to protect and empower vulnerable populations during conflict and humanitarian emergencies. … Other topics to be addressed include the Call to Action on Protecting Women and Girls in Emergencies, currently led by the United States and launched by the United Kingdom in 2013, as well as the implementation of U.N. Security Council Resolution 2106 on sexual violence in conflict, which was adopted in June 2013…” (2/25).
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