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29 November 2022 — Press release
More than 50 countries and the UN agreed urgent action to end sexual violence in conflict at the UK-hosted PSVI Conference this week.
28 November 2022 — Press release
Foreign Secretary James Cleverly gave opening remarks at the PSVI conference 2022, and gave a speech following remarks from Nobel Laureate Nadia Murad.
Foreign Secretary James Cleverly is hosting an international conference in London to strengthen urgent action to combat the use of sexual violence in conflict.
19 October 2022 — Policy paper
The UK government will host the International Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative (PSVI) Conference in central London from 28 to 29 November.
4 October 2022 — Press release
Her Royal Highness The Countess of Wessex joins Lord Ahmad on a visit to Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to show urgent need to tackle sexual violence in conflict.
13 April 2022 — Press release
The UK government has collaborated with partners on a global code of conduct to improve information-gathering from survivors of sexual violence in conflicts.
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The Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative (PSVI) aims to raise awareness of the extent of sexual violence against women, men, girls and boys in situations of armed conflict and rally global action to end it.
PSVI is part of the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office.
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