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Authors: Olga Amparo Sanchez, Jose Nicolas Lopez Vivas, Diana Rubriche Cardenas, and Maria del Pilar Rengifo Cano

Title: First Survey on the Prevalence of Sexual Violence Against Women in the Context of the Colombian Armed Conflict, 2001–2009

Subtitle: Executive Summary

Place: Bogota, Colombia

Publisher: Casa de la Mujer and Oxfam

Year: January 2011

Pages: 27pp.

Language: English

Keywords: 21st Century | Colombian History | Types: Wartime Rape / Colombian Conflict



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Contents:

  Presentation (p. 7)
  Introduction (p. 9)
  Methodology (p. 11)
  1. Estimates of sexual violence against women in the context of the Colombian armed conflict (p. 13)
  1.1 Victims, perpetrators, places, and frequency of the different types of sexual violence against women in the context of the Colombian armed conflict (p. 13)
    1.1.1 Rape (p. 15)
    1.1.2 Forced Prostitution (p. 16)
    1.1.3 Forced Pregnancy (p. 18)
    1.1.4 Forced Abortion (p. 19)
    1.1.5 Forced Sterilization (p. 21)
    1.1.6 Sexual Harassment (p. 22)
    1.1.7 Forced Domestic Labor (p. 24)
    1.1.8 Regulation of social Life (p. 25)
  1.2 The use of weapons by perpetrators in cases of sexual violence against women in the context of the Colombian armed conflict (p. 27)
  1.3 Denouncing the crimes by women victims of sexual violence in the context of the Colombian armed conflict (p. 27)
  Recommendations (p. 29)
  Footnotes (p. 31)
  Bibliography (p. 33)

Wikipedia: Wartime sexual violence: Colombian conflict (1964–present)