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This survivor gave a powerful message about sexual violence at Davos 2022

Nadia Murad was at Davos calling for action to tackle sexual violence in conflict. Image: World Economic Forum/Manuel Lope

Joe Myers

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"We have seen reports of sexual violence already coming from Ukraine." said Nadia Murad Image: World Economic Forum/Manuel Lope

Nadia Murad: There are only two sustainable ways to help survivors of sexual violence - either 'help them to access support and justice to go back to their homes' or give them asylum in another country Image: World Economic Forum/Manuel Lope

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