Through our research, we identify obstacles that thwart justice for survivors of sexual violence, confirm how our multidisciplinary approach is helping to end impunity, and examine changes in practice among our partners. Our unique access means we’re able to conduct and disseminate medical, scientific, and advocacy-oriented research. All this supports our advocacy for systemic, sustainable change to protect survivors of sexual violence and ensure accountability for perpetrators.
Read our research:
Genocide Studies and Prevention: MediCapt in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: The Design, Development, and Deployment of Mobile Technology to Document Forensic Evidence of Sexual Violence (2017)
Global Health: Science and Practice: mJustice: Preliminary Development of a Mobile App for Medical-Forensic Documentation of Sexual Violence in Low-Resource Environments and Conflict Zones (March 2017)
Journal of Interpersonal Violence: Attitudes Toward Sexual Violence Survivors: Differences Across Professional Sectors in Kenya and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (March 2016)
The Angle Journal: Prosecuting Sexual Violence in Conflict: A medical approach (January 2016)