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The RLP works to ensure that all people enjoy their human rights, irrespective of their legal status.It seeks to empower asylum seekers, refugees, deportees, internally displaced people and host communities in Uganda to enjoy their human rights and lead dignified lives.Within the Ugandan context an evidence base is being built on the scale of the issue in the lives of male refugees.

The RLP works to ensure that all people enjoy their human rights, irrespective of their legal status.It seeks to empower asylum seekers, refugees, deportees, internally displaced people and host communities in Uganda to enjoy their human rights and lead dignified lives.Within the Ugandan context an evidence base is being built on the scale of the issue in the lives of male refugees.

This question is addressed in a new study from IDS the Refugee Law Project and Men of Hope Refugee Association Uganda.

Evidence report | Accompanying brief This study will cover three main activities: to elicit perspectives of survivors of violence themselves on both the understanding and response to their experience, through personal video interviews; a collaborative in-depth case study of the dynamics and resilience of two survivor groups, in the context of the structural violence of the context they face; and a documentary film carried out by survivors themselves.

It was first established on 15 September 2011 to build on Refugee Law Project’s prior work with individual survivors.

The research team will be working with a sub-group of activists from the association to inform and ground the research process.

The group meets on a regular basis (once a week) to provide peer support, and has provided significant input into international advocacy initiatives of the Refugee Law Project, as well as working within the refugee community to change perceptions of survivors of sexual violence against men.

Since 2011, the association has been actively engaged in number of activities ranging from self-help projects for group members, community awareness, sensitisations, advocacy and documentation on sexual violence against refugee men and boys.

The group was formed due to increasing numbers of men presenting with challenges resulting from sexual violence and the need to overcome these challenges.

Since then the initial group of six men has grown to over 80.

Hosted by the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) and co-produced with partners around the world, Interactions provides vital evidence and policy advice for the empowerment of women and girls.

More about Interactions As growing international attention is given to preventing and addressing sexual violence in conflict, the experience of such violence by men and boys is becoming more visible in policy discourse and international legislation (Dolan 2014a).

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