No place for a war baby : the global politics of children born of wartime sexual violence
Children born of wartime sexual violence are rarely included in post-conflict processes of reconciliation and recovery. Instead, these children are often marginalized and rejected by their mothers, community, and nation. As a consequence, children born of wartime sexual violence are often subject to infanticide, abandonment, political exclusion, social and cultural stigmatization. In some cases these children are pariahs within their own birth community and lack formal membership of any state....[Show more]
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