International Campaign to Stop Rape
Website Image.jpeg

Welcome

The International Campaign to Stop Rape

 
Untitled-1.png

The first ever global collaboration between Nobel Laureates, NGOs, and Humanitarian experts to end sexual violence in conflict.

Organizations and individuals around the world have worked tirelessly to amplify the voices of survivors and stop rape. The International Campaign to Stop Rape & Gender Violence in Conflict unites us into a powerful and coordinated effort for change.

With over 5,000 members, we are the first ever global collaboration between Nobel Peace Laureates, international advocacy organizations, and groups working at the regional and community levels in conflict.

The Campaign will demand urgent and bold political leadership to prevent rape in conflict, to protect civilians and rape survivors, and call for justice for all —including effective prosecution of those responsible. These three pillars of the Campaign PreventProtectProsecute, signal a comprehensive effort to stop rape in conflict.

 
static1.squarespace.jpg

Demand implementation of UNSC Res 1325

 

 

Join us. Sign up for our Newsletter.

Join the Campaign

A staggering number of women around the world will experience rape or other violence in their lifetime. The UN Secretary General says 1 out of every 3.

Organizations and individuals around the world have been working long and hard to stop rape and gender violence in conflict. The International Campaign to Stop Rape & Gender Violence in Conflict, spearheaded by Youth to End Sexual Violence, is bringing them together to develop and carry out coordinated plans of action to help end this scourge. The Campaign will also press for specific prevention, protection, and prosecution measures and advocate for a dramatic increase in resources to support survivors and achieve justice.

Our newsletter is a once monthly email that keeps you up to date with the work of our Steering Committee, current news on sexual violence in conflict, as well as any opportunities for you to take action.

Name *
Name
 

 
 
Screen Shot 2017-09-01 at 9.27.09 PM.png

"We call on world leaders to ensure women are an integral part of all peace processes."

Solange Lwashiga Furaha, South Kivu Congolese Women's Caucus for Peace