Colombia: Hidden from justice: Impunity for conflict-related sexual violence, a follow-up report
Conflict-related sexual violence against women and girls in Colombia has long been a largely hidden human rights tragedy. Amnesty International's 2011 report showed that members of all parties to the conflict have been responsible for these crimes, and almost all have evaded justice. Following that report, the authorities in Colombia made a number of commitments towards ending all forms of sexual violence and to bring those responsible for such crimes to justice. This report details what progress has been made over the past year and what still remains to be done.
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