Sexual violence against children and adolescents has long devastated lives in Paraguay. For girls, this often results in forced pregnancies and truncated childhoods and life projects. This Amnesty International research found that the highest authorities in Paraguay are not listening to professionals working to address sexual violence against girls. This is putting people who live in situations of vulnerability in danger and leaving them in a labyrinth of human rights violations that, for many survivors, seems to have no way out.
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