People who survive sexual violence are often stigmatized, shunned and live under threat of retaliation if they publically accuse their attackers. Above, a woman testifies with her identity shielded at a 2014 military tribunal set up to try members of the Democratic Republic
of the Congo’s armed forces charged with committing rape and other forms of sexual violence two years earlier. Diana Zeyneb Alhindawi’s photographs about those trials won this year’s Humanitarian Visa d’Or award for photojournalism sponsored by the ICRC. (Click for more)
Photo: ©Diana Zeyneb Alhindawi

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