Breaking the silence: sexual coercion and abuse in post-conflict education

Experience from the Central African Republic makes clear that global efforts to increase numbers of children in school, particularly in conflict-affected areas and for displaced children, need to pay greater attention to safety and accountability.

Title: Breaking the silence: sexual coercion and abuse in post-conflict education
Author: Bray-Watkins, Sophie
Year: 2019
Periodical: Forced Migration Review
Issue: 60
Period: March
Pages: 13-15
Language: English
Geographic term: Central African Republic
External link: https://www.fmreview.org/sites/fmr/files/FMRdownloads/en/education-displacement/braywatkins.pdf
Abstract: Experience from the Central African Republic makes clear that global efforts to increase numbers of children in school, particularly in conflict-affected areas and for displaced children, need to pay greater attention to safety and accountability.