Preventing sexual violence – children in armed conflict [WP1199]
- 23 November, 2012
- Conflict prevention, resolution and state building, Human rights, good governance and faith
How children are affected during armed conflict both directly and indirectly and how recruited children are forced to conduct sexual violence against their own people. How can the violation be stopped and how can the children build a new life?
Leila Zerrougui, Under-Secretary-General; Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict, United Nations, New York
Other podcasts in this series
- Sexual violence in conflict – how do we prevent it?
- Sexual violence in conflict – what the UN is doing