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UN in Action: South Africa: From Victim to Victor

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Published on Nov 26, 2012

In South Africa—a country often referred to as the murder and rape capital of the world—one group of women are especially at risk. Lesbians are increasingly the targets of a particularly heinous crime: "curative" or "corrective" rape, which perpetrators believe will change their sexual orientation. We travel to South Africa to meet several survivors, who are speaking out to confront sexual violence and discrimination.

This UN in Action version of "South Africa: From Victim to Victor" is a shorter version of a longer piece that is also produced by UNTV for UN Women. The longer version can be found here: http://bit.ly/TqXYGd.

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