Conflict Related to Sexual Violence

  • Anurag G. Parokkaran
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  • Anurag G. Parokkaran

    Student at Christ (Deemed to be University) Pune Lavasa Campus, India

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Conflict-related Sexual Violence (Conflict Related to Sexual Violence) is frequently and purposefully utilized to target people, inflicting permanent suffering and humiliation, harming households and the very fabric of society, causing displacement, and igniting the activities of armed characters. Conflict Related to Sexual Violence is fueled by governing territory or resources that can be driven by political, military, or economic purposes. This kind of violence is additionally utilized as a strategy in terrorism and militant extremism. Women and girls continue to be the group most affected by Conflict Related to Sexual Violence, in part because of historical patterns of gender inequality and discrimination. The expression "conflict-related sexual violence" refers to sexual slavery, rape, prostitution by force, forceful pregnancy, compelled abortion, forced sterilization, forced marriage, and any other form of comparable sexual violence performed towards women, men, girls, or boys, without delay or in a roundabout way associated with a conflict. It has never been easy to explain why soldiers commit atrocities or to describe how individual malice, battlefield frustration, national propaganda, military culture, and orders from superiors can combine to create such horrors.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 469 - 489


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