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Reparations after Conflict Related Sexual Violence

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The Long Road in the Western Balkans

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This article focusses on the experience of providing reparation for survivors of conflict related violence in the Western Balkans after the 1990s conflicts. While there has been an increase in awareness of sexual violence as a war crime over the past two decades, the long-term effects of the crimes are still being felt by victims and their families. The article describes many of the challenges to implementing comprehensive reparation programs, including the limitations of judicial remedies, and the need to develop administrative remedies that are truly transformative and empower women to support sustainable peacebuilding. Reparation successes and failings in the Western Balkans may provide valuable lessons for other conflict and post conflict settings.

Affiliations: 1: Policy Adviser on Governance, Peace and Security in un Women’s Europe and Central Asia Regional Office; PhD from the London School of Economics (LSE),


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