Justice on Trial: Lessons from the Minova Rape Case in the Democratic Republic of Congo

This report shows how, despite massive international support and attention, the so-called Minova rape trial failed to deliver justice for either the survivors or the accused. The report describes the military justice system’s response to the rape of at least 76 women and girls by retreating army troops in Minova and neighboring villages in eastern Congo in November 2012.

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