South Sudan clerics denounce stigmatization of survivors of conflict related sexual violence

By Kenyi Dube
Posted Jun 21, 2019

[Anglican Communion News Service] Marking the international day for the elimination of sexual violence in conflict this week, the south Sudan Council of Churches issued a statement on the importance of care for the survivors of sexual violence during the conflict in south Sudan. In a statement the church leaders expressed concern that some survivors of conflict-related sexual violence are condemned and rejected by their families and as a result they are ostracized and relegated to the margins of society turning them into outcast.

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