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ZERO IMPUNITY

For centuries, sexual crimes in war zones have led to
devastating consequences for survivors and those around them.
Few of them had the necessary support to break the taboo and finally
to free their word. ZERO IMPUNITY echoes their voices: that they
come from Syria, Ukraine, Central African Republic or the United States,
faces are placed on their testimonies, faces that all attest to
of the impunity of their executioners.

ZERO IMPUNITY is thus a necessary cry to raise public awareness
but above all also an ode to life, love and humanity. A message of hope,
so that the survivors can finally be heard.

THE FILM

For centuries, sexual crimes in war zones have led to devastating consequences for survivors and those around them. Few of them had the necessary support to break the taboo and finally to free their word. ZERO IMPUNITY echoes their voices: that they come from Syria, Ukraine, Central African Republic or the United States, faces are placed on their testimonies, faces that all attest to of the impunity of their executioners.
ZERO IMPUNITY is thus a necessary cry to raise public awareness but above all also an ode to life, love and humanity. A message of hope, so that the survivors can finally be heard.

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Zero Impunity is also a major social impact campaign. Collectively, let us create the conditions for the release of speech in the public space. Let us put pressure on political leaders, judicial, media and military to move the lines. Together, let’s end impunity!

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In 2016, we contacted an independent press collective to launch the first phase of the project, the investigation phase. Find these 6 exclusive investigations conducted by the YOUPRESS collective, which will take you from Washington to Bangui (Central African Republic), via the Turkish-Syrian border.

Investigation after investigation, you will discover the systems of impunity that prevent victims of sexual violence in armed conflict from testifying and convicting their aggressors.

Operation Sangaris departs Central Africa, leaving behind several complaints of rape and sexual assault — including on minors.

In the days following September 11, the Bush administration developed methods of torture to “break” prisoners of the so-called war on terror. Less well known is the fact that they were also systematically sexually humiliated and sexually assaulted.

In the six years that war has ravaged Syria, almost every crime imaginable has been committed against its people. Yet there is another crime, which, until now has been wrapped in a veil of silence: child rape. And yet, in Syrian government prisons, at regime checkpoints and during raids, the children of opposition figures are abused in total impunity.

The credibility of the United Nations is regularly soiled by sexual abuse carried out by its civilian and military personnel during peacekeeping operations. Despite its stated “zero tolerance” policy towards sexual abuse, the number of victims continues to rise.

In three years, the war in Ukraine has resulted in close to 10,000 deaths and more than 20,000 wounded. But another number remains in the shadows: that of victims of sexual violence committed by both pro-Russian and pro-Ukrainian forces.

It wasn’t until 2016 that the International Criminal Court handed down its first conviction for sexual violence. Zero Impunity investigates what is going on behind the scenes in this judicial failure.

BACK TO THE INVESTIGATIONS

In 2016, we contacted an independent press collective to launch the first phase of the project, the investigation phase. Find these 6 exclusive investigations conducted by the YOUPRESS collective, which will take you from Washington to Bangui (Central African Republic), via the Turkish-Syrian border.

Investigation after investigation, you will discover the systems of impunity that prevent victims of sexual violence in armed conflict from testifying and convicting their aggressors.

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