Rape Camps as a Means of Ethnic Cleansing: Religious, Cultural, and Ethical Responses to Rape Victims in the Former Yugoslavia

Citation:

Salzman, Todd A. 1998. “Rape Camps as a Means of Ethnic Cleansing: Religious, Cultural, and Ethical Responses to Rape Victims in the Former Yugoslavia.” Human Rights Quarterly 20 (2): 348–78.

Author: Todd A. Salzman

Topics: Armed Conflict, Ethnic/Communal Wars, Ethnicity, Gender, Women, International Law, International Criminal Law, Justice, International Tribunals & Special Courts, War Crimes, Religion, Sexual Violence, Rape, SV against women Regions: Europe, Balkans Countries: Yugoslavia (former)

Year: 1998

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