Legal protection for survivors of conflict-related sexual violence
What is the legal protection for survivors of sexual violence related to armed conflict. In this topic, we will deal with the concept of protection, its importance, and the extent to which sexual violence is linked to armed conflicts. Therefore, this topic will be divided into two requirements: The first requirement: the concept of protection and its importance, and as for the second requirement we will address the extent of sexual violence related to armed conflict. The first requirement: the concept of protection and its importance. Protection is intended to provide legal, health and humanitarian means for survivors of sexual violence in light of the conflict of all kinds, as it is also known as humane treatment and full respect for privacy, ensuring security and preventing survivors from continuing to be attacked, in addition to their access to timely medical care to reduce the risk of diseases and the transmitted infection as a result of sexual violence, with the provision of urgent medical methods to prevent pregnancy in accordance with local law.
Protection is also defined as international and national efforts aimed at investigating the stigma associated with sexual violence at the time of conflict, whether those efforts are directed at survivors or children who are born as a result of rape, and it is also known as the necessary support for social and economic reintegration with the aim of re-establishing community cohesion after conflict. That protection for survivors of crimes of rape, sexual slavery, forced pregnancy, prostitution, abortion and unmarried women