Angelina Jolie, William Hague, and Sexual Violence in Conflict
In a special broadcast of Woman's Hour, we speak to UN Special Envoy Angelina Jolie and Foreign Secretary William Hague, live from the Global Summit To End Sexual Violence In Conflict.
Sexual violence has been used as a weapon of war in conflicts worldwide, and the summit marks the biggest ever international event on this issue.
Jenni Murray speaks to Angelina Jolie and William Hague, as well as to survivors and experts, to hear the extent of the problem and what needs to be done to bring it to an end.
Rape in Conflict – The Impact on Women
Liberian peace and women's rights activist, Leymah Gbowee and Alice Allan from Care International talk to Jenni about the physical and mental impact of being raped, and why the social stigma and blame culture make it so difficult for women to speak out.
Stop Rape in Conflict
Why Are Men Using Rape as a Weapon of War?
And clips from filmmaker Fiona Lloyd Davies' documentary Seeds of Hope which will be screened at London's Frontline Club on 14th July.
Justice for Survivors - Closing the Impunity Gap
What Will the Summit Actually Deliver?
Delegations from more than 100 countries are engaged in discussion over four days at the End Sexual Violence in Conflict Summit, what practical measures can we expect to emerge? Why has the British government made bringing an end to sexual violence in conflict a political priority and how well placed is it, to make this happen? Jenni speaks to the Rt Hon William Hague MP, Secretary of State for the Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.
|Interviewed Guest||Angelina Jolie|
|Interviewed Guest||William Hague|
|Interviewed Guest||Leymah Gbowee|
|Interviewed Guest||Alice Allan|
|Interviewed Guest||Nicola Jones|
|Interviewed Guest||Leisl Gerntholez|