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Antonino Condorelli
Stories of sexual abuses against men, released by the victims. Refugee Law Projects Uganda cares about the victims of sexual abuses.

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  • Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Shinga Sipriana Lokousa, 43, comes from Goma, Kongo. He was a very recognized person as he was a football player in a local soccer team. He was a member  of ASOPDI, an association for the local development. His activism was to defend human rights of people in Kongo. Government wanted to change the costitution and this was the reason of long protests in the city. During the night soldiers came home to bring him. Soldiers arrested him and  beated all members of the family. Shinga was arrested and moved in 3 prisons of the country and tortured and raped. He has been abandoned by the wife. She lived him and 6 children that now he cares in Uganda.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Shinga Sipriana Lokousa, 43, comes from Goma, Kongo. He was a very recognized person as he was a football player in a local soccer team. He was a member  of ASOPDI, an association for the local development. His activism was to defend human rights of people in Kongo. Government wanted to change the costitution and this was the reason of long protests in the city. During the night soldiers came home to bring him. Soldiers arrested him and  beated all members of the family. Shinga was arrested and moved in 3 prisons of the country and tortured and raped. He has been abandoned by the wife. She lived him and 6 children that now he cares in Uganda.
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      Germany - 19/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people. Pictured: Shinga Sipriana Lokousa, 43, comes from Goma, Kongo. He was a very recognized person as he was a football player in a local soccer team. He was a member of ASOPDI, an association for the local development. His activism was to defend human rights of people in Kongo. Government wanted to change the costitution and this was the reason of long protests in the city. During the night soldiers came home to bring him. Soldiers arrested him and beated all members of the family. Shinga was arrested and moved in 3 prisons of the country and tortured and raped. He has been abandoned by the wife. She lived him and 6 children that now he cares in Uganda. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Shinga Sipriana Lokousa, 43, comes from Goma, Kongo. He was a very recognized person as he was a football player in a local soccer team. He was a member  of ASOPDI, an association for the local development. His activism was to defend human rights of people in Kongo. Government wanted to change the costitution and this was the reason of long protests in the city. During the night soldiers came home to bring him. Soldiers arrested him and  beated all members of the family. Shinga was arrested and moved in 3 prisons of the country and tortured and raped. He has been abandoned by the wife. She lived him and 6 children that now he cares in Uganda.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Shinga Sipriana Lokousa, 43, comes from Goma, Kongo. He was a very recognized person as he was a football player in a local soccer team. He was a member  of ASOPDI, an association for the local development. His activism was to defend human rights of people in Kongo. Government wanted to change the costitution and this was the reason of long protests in the city. During the night soldiers came home to bring him. Soldiers arrested him and  beated all members of the family. Shinga was arrested and moved in 3 prisons of the country and tortured and raped. He has been abandoned by the wife. She lived him and 6 children that now he cares in Uganda.
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      Germany - 19/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people. Pictured: Shinga Sipriana Lokousa, 43, comes from Goma, Kongo. He was a very recognized person as he was a football player in a local soccer team. He was a member of ASOPDI, an association for the local development. His activism was to defend human rights of people in Kongo. Government wanted to change the costitution and this was the reason of long protests in the city. During the night soldiers came home to bring him. Soldiers arrested him and beated all members of the family. Shinga was arrested and moved in 3 prisons of the country and tortured and raped. He has been abandoned by the wife. She lived him and 6 children that now he cares in Uganda. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Shinga Sipriana Lokousa, 43, comes from Goma, Kongo. He was a very recognized person as he was a football player in a local soccer team. He was a member  of ASOPDI, an association for the local development. His activism was to defend human rights of people in Kongo. Government wanted to change the costitution and this was the reason of long protests in the city. During the night soldiers came home to bring him. Soldiers arrested him and  beated all members of the family. Shinga was arrested and moved in 3 prisons of the country and tortured and raped. He has been abandoned by the wife. She lived him and 6 children that now he cares in Uganda.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Shinga Sipriana Lokousa, 43, comes from Goma, Kongo. He was a very recognized person as he was a football player in a local soccer team. He was a member  of ASOPDI, an association for the local development. His activism was to defend human rights of people in Kongo. Government wanted to change the costitution and this was the reason of long protests in the city. During the night soldiers came home to bring him. Soldiers arrested him and  beated all members of the family. Shinga was arrested and moved in 3 prisons of the country and tortured and raped. He has been abandoned by the wife. She lived him and 6 children that now he cares in Uganda.
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      Germany - 19/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people. Pictured: Shinga Sipriana Lokousa, 43, comes from Goma, Kongo. He was a very recognized person as he was a football player in a local soccer team. He was a member of ASOPDI, an association for the local development. His activism was to defend human rights of people in Kongo. Government wanted to change the costitution and this was the reason of long protests in the city. During the night soldiers came home to bring him. Soldiers arrested him and beated all members of the family. Shinga was arrested and moved in 3 prisons of the country and tortured and raped. He has been abandoned by the wife. She lived him and 6 children that now he cares in Uganda. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Shinga Sipriana Lokousa, 43, comes from Goma, Kongo. He was a very recognized person as he was a football player in a local soccer team. He was a member  of ASOPDI, an association for the local development. His activism was to defend human rights of people in Kongo. Government wanted to change the costitution and this was the reason of long protests in the city. During the night soldiers came home to bring him. Soldiers arrested him and  beated all members of the family. Shinga was arrested and moved in 3 prisons of the country and tortured and raped. He has been abandoned by the wife. She lived him and 6 children that now he cares in Uganda.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Shinga Sipriana Lokousa, 43, comes from Goma, Kongo. He was a very recognized person as he was a football player in a local soccer team. He was a member  of ASOPDI, an association for the local development. His activism was to defend human rights of people in Kongo. Government wanted to change the costitution and this was the reason of long protests in the city. During the night soldiers came home to bring him. Soldiers arrested him and  beated all members of the family. Shinga was arrested and moved in 3 prisons of the country and tortured and raped. He has been abandoned by the wife. She lived him and 6 children that now he cares in Uganda.
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      Germany - 19/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people. Pictured: Shinga Sipriana Lokousa, 43, comes from Goma, Kongo. He was a very recognized person as he was a football player in a local soccer team. He was a member of ASOPDI, an association for the local development. His activism was to defend human rights of people in Kongo. Government wanted to change the costitution and this was the reason of long protests in the city. During the night soldiers came home to bring him. Soldiers arrested him and beated all members of the family. Shinga was arrested and moved in 3 prisons of the country and tortured and raped. He has been abandoned by the wife. She lived him and 6 children that now he cares in Uganda. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Isidor, 35 from Ruchuru, North Kongo, victim of war. On 1 november 2013 at about 2 am, soldiers abused of him and his wife Solange Lussiungu, (34 L). They were accused of beign evangelists against the government.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Isidor, 35 from Ruchuru, North Kongo, victim of war. On 1 november 2013 at about 2 am, soldiers abused of him and his wife Solange Lussiungu, (34 L). They were accused of beign evangelists against the government.
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      Germany - 19/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people. Pictured: Isidor, 35 from Ruchuru, North Kongo, victim of war. On 1 november 2013 at about 2 am, soldiers abused of him and his wife Solange Lussiungu, (34 L). They were accused of beign evangelists against the government. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Isidor, 35 from Ruchuru, North Kongo, victim of war. On 1 november 2013 at about 2 am, soldiers abused of him and his wife Solange Lussiungu, (34 L). They were accused of beign evangelists against the government.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Isidor, 35 from Ruchuru, North Kongo, victim of war. On 1 november 2013 at about 2 am, soldiers abused of him and his wife Solange Lussiungu, (34 L). They were accused of beign evangelists against the government.
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      Germany - 19/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people. Pictured: Isidor, 35 from Ruchuru, North Kongo, victim of war. On 1 november 2013 at about 2 am, soldiers abused of him and his wife Solange Lussiungu, (34 L). They were accused of beign evangelists against the government. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: MERHAWI HAILESLASIE, (34) from Asmara, Eritrea. He was arrested and tortured at the genitals because he is a christian of "Born Again Order", a religion not allowed by the government. After three failed attempt by the police to let him sign a document to refuse to practice the religion, he was arrested long time and tortured.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: MERHAWI HAILESLASIE, (34) from Asmara, Eritrea. He was arrested and tortured at the genitals because he is a christian of "Born Again Order", a religion not allowed by the government. After three failed attempt by the police to let him sign a document to refuse to practice the religion, he was arrested long time and tortured.
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      Germany - 22/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people. Pictured: MERHAWI HAILESLASIE, (34) from Asmara, Eritrea. He was arrested and tortured at the genitals because he is a christian of "Born Again Order", a religion not allowed by the government. After three failed attempt by the police to let him sign a document to refuse to practice the religion, he was arrested long time and tortured. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Alabasha Papy Isubukiya, 35, he worked with the Foundation Pasteur Emmanuele Kashir. He was an activist against rapes and tortures against women. Throught some researches at the Foundation they realized that members of  (MONUSCO) Mission des nationsen Unites Congo were responsible of sexual abuses against women and childre. He denunced that at the radio station Mishapi Voice, and were arrested by the police. police asked him: "who are you to defend women and children rights? now we make on you what we do to women". He was raped by 3 soldiers, and abandoned by the wife.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Alabasha Papy Isubukiya, 35, he worked with the Foundation Pasteur Emmanuele Kashir. He was an activist against rapes and tortures against women. Throught some researches at the Foundation they realized that members of  (MONUSCO) Mission des nationsen Unites Congo were responsible of sexual abuses against women and childre. He denunced that at the radio station Mishapi Voice, and were arrested by the police. police asked him: "who are you to defend women and children rights? now we make on you what we do to women". He was raped by 3 soldiers, and abandoned by the wife.
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      Germany - 22/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people. Pictured: Alabasha Papy Isubukiya, 35, he worked with the Foundation Pasteur Emmanuele Kashir. He was an activist against rapes and tortures against women. Throught some researches at the Foundation they realized that members of (MONUSCO) Mission des nationsen Unites Congo were responsible of sexual abuses against women and childre. He denunced that at the radio station Mishapi Voice, and were arrested by the police. police asked him: "who are you to defend women and children rights? now we make on you what we do to women". He was raped by 3 soldiers, and abandoned by the wife. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Alabasha Papy Isubukiya, 35, he worked with the Foundation Pasteur Emmanuele Kashir. He was an activist against rapes and tortures against women. Throught some researches at the Foundation they realized that members of  (MONUSCO) Mission des nationsen Unites Congo were responsible of sexual abuses against women and childre. He denunced that at the radio station Mishapi Voice, and were arrested by the police. police asked him: "who are you to defend women and children rights? now we make on you what we do to women". He was raped by 3 soldiers, and abandoned by the wife.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Alabasha Papy Isubukiya, 35, he worked with the Foundation Pasteur Emmanuele Kashir. He was an activist against rapes and tortures against women. Throught some researches at the Foundation they realized that members of  (MONUSCO) Mission des nationsen Unites Congo were responsible of sexual abuses against women and childre. He denunced that at the radio station Mishapi Voice, and were arrested by the police. police asked him: "who are you to defend women and children rights? now we make on you what we do to women". He was raped by 3 soldiers, and abandoned by the wife.
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      Germany - 22/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people. Pictured: Alabasha Papy Isubukiya, 35, he worked with the Foundation Pasteur Emmanuele Kashir. He was an activist against rapes and tortures against women. Throught some researches at the Foundation they realized that members of (MONUSCO) Mission des nationsen Unites Congo were responsible of sexual abuses against women and childre. He denunced that at the radio station Mishapi Voice, and were arrested by the police. police asked him: "who are you to defend women and children rights? now we make on you what we do to women". He was raped by 3 soldiers, and abandoned by the wife. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Liberat Ndayishimiye, 34, from Bujumbura Burundi. After a demonstration against the new candidature as President of Burundi of Mr. Pierre Nkurunziza, Liberat has been arrested by police, and tortured and raped. Liberat shows the scars of tortures with electric shocks.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Liberat Ndayishimiye, 34, from Bujumbura Burundi. After a demonstration against the new candidature as President of Burundi of Mr. Pierre Nkurunziza, Liberat has been arrested by police, and tortured and raped. Liberat shows the scars of tortures with electric shocks.
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      Germany - 22/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people. Pictured: Liberat Ndayishimiye, 34, from Bujumbura Burundi. After a demonstration against the new candidature as President of Burundi of Mr. Pierre Nkurunziza, Liberat has been arrested by police, and tortured and raped. Liberat shows the scars of tortures with electric shocks. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Liberat Ndayishimiye, 34, from Bujumbura Burundi. After a demonstration against the new candidature as President of Burundi of Mr. Pierre Nkurunziza, Liberat has been arrested by police, and tortured and raped. Liberat shows the scars of tortures with electric shocks.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Liberat Ndayishimiye, 34, from Bujumbura Burundi. After a demonstration against the new candidature as President of Burundi of Mr. Pierre Nkurunziza, Liberat has been arrested by police, and tortured and raped. Liberat shows the scars of tortures with electric shocks.
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      Germany - 22/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people. Pictured: Liberat Ndayishimiye, 34, from Bujumbura Burundi. After a demonstration against the new candidature as President of Burundi of Mr. Pierre Nkurunziza, Liberat has been arrested by police, and tortured and raped. Liberat shows the scars of tortures with electric shocks. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Steven Kighoma, from Beni, east Kongo. he was at home with his family when arond 9 pm people knock at the home's gate. He was only 9 years old when people entered in her house and tied him, cuting off his father and mother heads. Steven had a very long trip with these soldiers that at the end raped him 2 times, before to be able to escape reaching Uganda and to apply as refugee in Refugee Law Project.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Steven Kighoma, from Beni, east Kongo. he was at home with his family when arond 9 pm people knock at the home's gate. He was only 9 years old when people entered in her house and tied him, cuting off his father and mother heads. Steven had a very long trip with these soldiers that at the end raped him 2 times, before to be able to escape reaching Uganda and to apply as refugee in Refugee Law Project.
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      Germany - 19/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people. Pictured: Steven Kighoma, from Beni, east Kongo. he was at home with his family when arond 9 pm people knock at the home's gate. He was only 9 years old when people entered in her house and tied him, cuting off his father and mother heads. Steven had a very long trip with these soldiers that at the end raped him 2 times, before to be able to escape reaching Uganda and to apply as refugee in Refugee Law Project. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Steven Kighoma, from Beni, east Kongo. he was at home with his family when arond 9 pm people knock at the home's gate. He was only 9 years old when people entered in her house and tied him, cuting off his father and mother heads. Steven had a very long trip with these soldiers that at the end raped him 2 times, before to be able to escape reaching Uganda and to apply as refugee in Refugee Law Project. In this photo Steven poses with his 2 doughters Princesse Stephany (9L) and Queen Florence (12 C) with them Steven's Cousins Nzoki Mariam, (14 R). Mariam escaped with Steven after an attack at her home.
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Steven Kighoma, from Beni, east Kongo. he was at home with his family when arond 9 pm people knock at the home's gate. He was only 9 years old when people entered in her house and tied him, cuting off his father and mother heads. Steven had a very long trip with these soldiers that at the end raped him 2 times, before to be able to escape reaching Uganda and to apply as refugee in Refugee Law Project. In this photo Steven poses with his 2 doughters Princesse Stephany (9L) and Queen Florence (12 C) with them Steven's Cousins Nzoki Mariam, (14 R). Mariam escaped with Steven after an attack at her home.
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      Germany - 19/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people. Pictured: Steven Kighoma, from Beni, east Kongo. he was at home with his family when arond 9 pm people knock at the home's gate. He was only 9 years old when people entered in her house and tied him, cuting off his father and mother heads. Steven had a very long trip with these soldiers that at the end raped him 2 times, before to be able to escape reaching Uganda and to apply as refugee in Refugee Law Project. In this photo Steven poses with his 2 doughters Princesse Stephany (9L) and Queen Florence (12 C) with them Steven's Cousins Nzoki Mariam, (14 R). Mariam escaped with Steven after an attack at her home. Photo by Antonino Condorelli
  • Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Steven Kighoma, from Beni, east Kongo. he was at home with his family when arond 9 pm people knock at the home's gate. He was only 9 years old when people entered in her house and tied him, cuting off his father and mother heads. Steven had a very long trip with these soldiers that at the end raped him 2 times, before to be able to escape reaching Uganda and to apply as refugee in Refugee Law Project. Steven has 2 doughters Princesse Stephany (9R) and Queen Florence (12 L)
Photo by Antonino CondorelliKampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people.
Pictured: Steven Kighoma, from Beni, east Kongo. he was at home with his family when arond 9 pm people knock at the home's gate. He was only 9 years old when people entered in her house and tied him, cuting off his father and mother heads. Steven had a very long trip with these soldiers that at the end raped him 2 times, before to be able to escape reaching Uganda and to apply as refugee in Refugee Law Project. Steven has 2 doughters Princesse Stephany (9R) and Queen Florence (12 L)
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      Germany - 19/01/2018: Kampala, Uganda January 2018. Sexual abuses in Africa are not only limited to women. It is a dramatic event for women as well for men. Many people think that men cannot be raped and that this is an event reserved to women. A rapes against men, brings the same effects of a womens rape. It hurt the body as well the soul. Many male people that had some experience like a rape, are than abandoned by the families, they cannot come back in the villages where they were born and they become underprivileged people. Rape, is often a war weapon, most of the people had the rape experience in their country because they were activists against the government politics, or because they were in some way involved in activites against the regimes. Escaped from their countries, expecially in North Uganda, people found other violences, because many soldiers of Uganda Army use the same violence against refugees. In Uganda Refugee Law Project cares people, male and female, that suffered violences. Their work aims to care the lives of refugees and of abused people. Pictured: Steven Kighoma, from Beni, east Kongo. he was at home with his family when arond 9 pm people knock at the home's gate. He was only 9 years old when people entered in her house and tied him, cuting off his father and mother heads. Steven had a very long trip with these soldiers that at the end raped him 2 times, before to be able to escape reaching Uganda and to apply as refugee in Refugee Law Project. Steven has 2 doughters Princesse Stephany (9R) and Queen Florence (12 L) Photo by Antonino Condorelli

 

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