Sexual Violence Against Men in Armed Conflict
European Journal of Intl Law
Sexual violence is committed against men more frequently than is often thought. It is perpetrated at home, in the community and in prison; by men and by women; during conflict and in time of peace. It has been written that, in some respects, the situation facing male rape victims today is not so different from that which faced female victims, say, two centuries ago.
Key wordsinternational law / sexual violence / sexual violence against men / survivor of GBV / torture
CountriesDemocratic Republic of Congo / Iraq