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5 February 2021: ABC Radio National: Six months after Beirut explosion, calls grow for an international probe

11 December 2020: Reuters: Rohingya widow seeks compensation from Myanmar government 

11 December 2020: NBC News: Rohingya widow seeks compensation from Myanmar government for death of her husband 

11 December 2020: Washington Post: Rohingya woman files claim in family death

17 November 2020: UN Women: What happened after COVID-19 hit: Lebanon

16 November 2020: Al Jazeera: Intelligence probe into Beirut explosion lays out liabilities

16 November 2020: Forensic Architecture: Investigation into the Beirut Explosion

12 November 2020: The Guardian: Beirut explosion: 100 days on, calls grow for international inquiry

10 October 2020: ABC Radio Australia: Migrant Domestic Workers in Lebanon: Antonia Mulvey speaks to ABC Radio

18 September 2020: IOM UN Migration:  Migrants Stranded in Lebanon Amid Worsening Crisis Return Home with IOM Assistance

8 September 2020: Al Jazeera: Myanmar troops confirm atrocities against Rohingya: rights group

24 January 2020: ABC Radio Australia: UN Court orders Myanmar to protect Rohingya population

23 January 2020: The Canadian Globe and Mail: World Court orders Myanmar to prevent Rohingya genocide

13 December 2019: The Guardian: Rohingya refugee recalls ‘horrific’ mass killings

11 December 2019: ABC Radio Australia: Aung San Suu Kyi tells Court ‘internal conflict’ displaced Rohingya

11 December 2019: The Canadian Globe and Mail: International Court hears of Rohingya horrors as refugee calls Suu Kyi ‘a shield’ for Myanmar’s military

10 December 2019: The Guardian: Aung San Suu Kyi impassive as genocide hearing begins

9 December 2019: ABC Radio Australia: Myanmar at the ICJ: Antonia Mulvey speaks live from the Hague

17 July 2019: Forces Network: South Sudan’s Hidden Crime: Fighting ‘Brutal Sexual Violence’ In Conflict

10 May 2019: UN Human Rights (Medium): Apps can help fight impunity for conflict-related sexual violence

30 April 2019: UN Women: Specialised Investigation into Sexual Violence in conflict is essential for justice, experts say

25 April 2019: Al-Jazeera: Has the US failed rape victims in wars?

19 March 2019: Al-Jazeera: Women support group wants justice for Rohingya refugees

4 March 2019: Voice of America: South Sudan Rape Victims Demand Justice

28 December 2018: BBC Radio 4: LAW Executive Director interviewed for the Today Programme

9 December 2018: The Nation: Landmark case against S. Sudan for sexual violence against women, girls

6 December 2018: Voice of America: South Sudan Army Accused of ‘Brutal’ Sexual Violence

6 December 2018: South Sudan Nation: First Legal Case against Kiir’s Government for Gang Rape & Sexual Slavery Lodged

6 December 2018: France 24: Interview with Stella Ndirangu, LAW Head of Africa, on LAW’s submission of Landmark Case against South Sudan

6 December 2018: Radio Tumajuz: South Sudan Government Sued over Alleged Sexual Assault

6 December 2018:  Al-Jazeera: Interview with Antonia Mulvey, LAW Executive Director on LAW’s submission of Landmark Case against South Sudan

6 December 2018: The Times (UK): A Stand for Women

9 November 2018: JusticeInfo.net: Rohingya: Why the ICC Was Right and What It Must Do

28 June 2018: GAPS: APPG on Women, Peace and Security: Sexual violence in conflict in Nigeria and Somalia

14 June 2018: LSE Blogs: By balancing Sharia law and the new Sexual Offences Bill, Somalia is legislating for the 21st century

30 May 2018: Permanent Mission of Sweden in Geneva: Roundtable discussion on sexual and gender-based violence in conflict settings

17 May 2018: Guardian: ‘For me it’s like a murder’: the surge in sexual attacks on children in Somalia

1 April 2018: Rape Watch International: Somalia’s first forensic lab targets rape impunity

22 March 2018: IRIN: MeToo, AidToo: The next steps

22 February 2018: SABC News (by AFP): Somalia’s first forensic lab targets rape impunity

30 January 2018: NewsDeeply: Somaliland Debates A Tough New Penal Code For ‘Rape And Sexual Offences’

5 October 2017: NewsDeeply: Expert Views: How to Spend 500m Euros to End Violence Against Women

4 October 2017: HuffPost: Meet Clare Brown, The Aussie Lawyer Fighting Against Sexual Violence in Somalia

27 April 2017: NewsDeeply: In Somalia, New Law Could Finally Give Rape Survivors a Voice

25 January 2017: Voice of America: Somali Rape Law Gets First Test

30 August 2016: The Guardian: UN under pressure to set up inquiry into Syria aid programme

28 August 2016: New York Times Live: Why one woman is hell-bent on combatting sexual violence amongst aid workers

7 June 2016: Foreign Policy: Somalia’s Uphill Battle to Criminalise Sexual Violence

19 May 2016: Voice of America: Report: No One Held Responsible for Sexual Violence in South Sudan

19 May 2016: Haberler: Report Blames Army, Militia for S. Sudan Sexual Attacks

17 May 2016: AMISOM News: High-level panel deliberates on Sexual Offences Bill for Somalia

18 March 2016: Foreign Policy: ‘They are proud of what they are doing’

29 January 2016: The Independent: David Cameron accused of ‘ill-judged’ attacks on Iraq War investigators

7 May 2015: Huffington Post: HuffPost’s What’s Working Honor Roll: Somalia’s Way of Seeking Justice for Rape Victims is Working

25 May 2015:  Women Under Siege: How do you stop rape in a broken state? Somalia is giving it a try

1 May 2015: takepart: The Surprising City where Rape Victims are Finding Justice

11 March 2015: Safe World for Women: Legal Action Worldwide: Human Rights Lawyers Speak Out

11 December 2014: The Guardian: Somalia Sexual Offences Bill hailed as a vital step towards lasting  change