For a list of relevant guidance documents, please refer to the mapping conducted by UN Action
International Women’s Day 2022: Why is women’s economic empowerment an effective tool against sexual violence?
In celebration of International Women’s Day, the International Trade Centre’s Executive Director, Pamela Coke Hamilton and the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict, Pramila Patten share on the importance of women’s economic empowerment.
UN Action Newsletter Issue #2
UN Action's second newsletter, published January 2022, showcases the Network's current initiatives, members, and supporters in the global response to conflict-related sexual violence.
UN Action Summary Report 2009 – 2019: Milestones and Key Achievements
Annual Progress Summary Report and Final Report on Activities Implemented under the UN Action Against Sexual Violence in Conflict Multi-Partner Trust Fund 2009 - 2019.
UN Action Donor Roundtable Illustrated Readout
UN Action hosted a virtual Donor Roundtable on 16 September 2021. This readout summarises the presentations and statements made by UN Action member entities and supportive Member States.
“In Their Own Words: Voices of Survivors of Conflict-related Sexual Violence and Service Providers” – a Digital Book
The Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict presents a digital anthology of testimonies from survivors of conflict-related sexual violence and service providers, spanning a dozen countries, including more than 150 testimonies from conflicts ranging from 1992 to the present. These personal narratives span a range of experiences, underscoring that survivors cannot be viewed or treated as a homogenous group. This digital book is a living document. Suvivors and service providers are welcome to share their stories to this online repository.
UN Action Newsletter Issue #1
UN Action's inaugural, bi-annual newsletter showcases the Network's current initiatives, members, and supporters in the global response to conflict-related sexual violence.
14 Agencies Committed to Ending Sexual Violence in Conflict
This document highlights how UN Action Against Sexual violence in Conflict (UN Action) unites the work of 14 UN entities with the goal of ending sexual violence in conflict and post-conflict settings by improving coordination and accountability, amplifying programming and advocacy, and supporting national efforts to prevent sexual violence and respond effectively to the needs of survivors.