Combatting Stereotypes: Recognizing Male Victims of Wartime Sexual Violence
Despite irrefutable evidence of rampant CRSV perpetrated against men between 1992-1995, many factors still prevent male survivors from receiving effective support, justice, and acknowledgment from society.
Socioeconomic Issues & RECOM: A Research Agenda
Socioeconomic issues have become an increasingly important topic in transitional justice. A new research project developed in collaboration between PCRC and Royal Holloway, University of London, explores how they have been debated in the context of the Initiative for RECOM.
An Investment in Bosnia’s Future: Compensating Survivors of Sexual Violence
The sexual violence endured by women and men during the Bosnian War has had a concrete and lasting impact on survivors.
Queer Resilience & Activism in Bosnia and Herzegovina
In 2019, queer activists in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) organized the country’s first-ever Pride March in Sarajevo. The event received international coverage and was widely acclaimed for its significance. Academic research has even shown that it helped improve public opinion toward queer people among residents of Sarajevo.
Supporting Witnesses: First Step Towards Ending Impunity
“The truth is that victims want to talk about it. They are desperate to get it off of their chests. But there are only a few that are willing to listen to the voices of the victims”  — Presentation of the International PSVI Protocol in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Post-Conflict Research Center International organizations have time …
Dealing with the Legacy of Wartime Sexual Violence in BiH
Highlighting the experience of survivors of conflict-related sexual violence in Bosnia and Herzegovina and abroad.