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Sexual Violence as Torture: Crimes against Humanity during the 1965–66 Killings in Indonesia
Journal of Genocide Research
In this article, I argue that sexualized forms of torture perpetrated mainly against women and girls in political detention camps across Indonesia between 1965 and 1970 were crimes against humanity. To make this argument, I draw upon some key cases in international criminal case law regarding the prosecution of sexual violence as torture as crimes against humanity. The prosecution of these cases is instructive for considering such crimes in the Indonesian case because they defined much of thedoi:10.1080/14623528.2017.1393949 fatcat:ztegcjfdnjfbbipmqqsrhzgiay