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GAPS Recommendations: Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Summit

Since launching the Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative (PSVI) in May 2012, the UK Government has demonstrated significant leadership in highlighting sexual and gender-based violence in conflict and gathering support from the international community. The PSVI Summit in June 2014 provides a key opportunity to build on this momentum and situate preventing sexual violence in the broader Women, Peace and Security framework. Ahead of the PSVI Summit, GAPS member organisations have developed four overarching recommendations with specific actions and outcomes to ensure that the PSVI Summit results in tangible benefits for those living in conflict-affected countries, particularly survivors of sexual violence in conflict.

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