April 13, 2022
Indonesian Parliament Passes Long-Awaited Sexual Violence Bill
By Sebastian Strangio
The passage of the law, which had languished in the legislature since 2016, follows a series of high-profile rape cases that have stoked public anger.
January 26, 2022
South Korea’s Constant Struggle With Digital Sex Crimes
By Jason Bartlett
Weak legal mechanisms to punish sex offenders who use digital means, like cameras, contributes to the repetition of familiar and troubling crimes.
August 08, 2021
Sexual Violence Against India’s Most Vulnerable
By Bansari Kamdar
A Dalit girl was gang-raped, murdered and forcibly cremated in New Delhi.
March 17, 2021
‘It Happens Every Day, to Everyone’: Street Harassment in Uzbekistan
By Munisa Abdullaeva
A majority of girls in Uzbekistan have experienced some form of street harassment, from catcalls to physical assault.
February 26, 2021
It’s Time for Australia to Reckon With the Reality of Sexual Violence
By Grant Wyeth
A drastic cultural shift is required not only within the parliament, but throughout the entire country.
May 16, 2017
Nearly 5 Years on: Lessons From India's Infamous 'Nirbhaya' Gang Rape Case
By Padmapriya Govindarajan
Nearly five years after a brutal gang rape shook India, how has the Indian justice system dealt with rape?