Researching sexual slavery in order to prevent it

01/17/2013 | TrustLaw

A York University law professor conducting research on forced marriage and sexual slavery in several African countries hopes to shape international law to improve prosecution and reparations. In Sierra Leone, 3,500 women sought reparation for sexual violence, but "only 650 got training and only 235 received any financial compensation," said Annie Bunting.

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