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GJC Promoting Women's Rights in Burma
Watch Janet Benshoof Speak on the Rights of Women and Girls
New York Times Calls for Obama to Lift U.S. Abortion Restrictions on Women Raped in War
GJC Senior Burma Researcher quoted in Foreign Policy Article
On 20th Anniversary of Ratification, U.S. Continues to Violate Convention Against Torture
The Smartest Way to End Rape in War
GJC Promoting Women's Rights in Burma In January 2015, GJC joined The Leitner Center and The Women's League of Burma for three successful days of workshops where legal experts trained women's rights advocates on engaging with international humanitarian law to advance the rights of women in Burma. 

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Watch Janet Benshoof Speak on the Rights of Women and Girls On the 41st Anniversary of the Helms Amendment, GJC President, Janet Benshoof, urges President Obama to take action and save women's lives, by issuing an executive order overturning the amendment which restricts access to abortion for women and girls around the world. 

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New York Times Calls for Obama to Lift U.S. Abortion Restrictions on Women Raped in War On December 28, 2014, the New York Times—for the fourth time—called for President Obama to end the US abortion ban on rape victims in conflict, the focus of the GJC's August 12th Campaign.   Read More
GJC Senior Burma Researcher quoted in Foreign Policy Article In "Come for the Golden Pagodas, Stay for the War Crimes," GJC's Senior Researcher, Phyu Phyu Sann, explains how lack of accountability for the military in the Burmese constitution is a huge impediment for reform.

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On 20th Anniversary of Ratification, U.S. Continues to Violate Convention Against Torture In advance of the 53rd session of the Committe Against Torture, GJC & OMCT submitted a Shadow Report to the Committee urging it to call on the US Government to reverse its "no abortion" policy on foreign aid. Read More
The Smartest Way to End Rape in War GJC President Janet Benshoof reflects on the UK's historic Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict Read More
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