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Many rape victims were subsequently abandoned by their husbands. The UN human rights office (OHCHR) has sponsored vocational training programmes to help them make a living

Many rape victims were subsequently abandoned by their husbands. The UN human rights office (OHCHR) has sponsored vocational training programmes to help them make a living

One Conakry resident recently told IRIN, chuckling, “We want money! But we want justice first and foremost.”

One Conakry resident recently told IRIN, chuckling, “We want money! But we want justice first and foremost.

In August, women received diplomas for completing the training. The ceremony was held at the offices of AVIPA, a local association for survivors and their families

In August, women received diplomas for completing the training. The ceremony was held at the offices of AVIPA, a local association for survivors and their families

Guineans say they still face abuses by police and gendarmes. This man said his son was shot dead by a gendarme during clashes on 22 September 2012

Guineans say they still face abuses by police and gendarmes. This man said his son was shot dead by a gendarme during clashes on 22 September 2012

Hundreds of people were killed and injured, and hundreds of women raped at the 28 September Stadium in 2009

Hundreds of people were killed and injured, and hundreds of women raped at the 28 September Stadium in 2009

Members of International Federation for Human Rights, which is helping victims to bring perpetrators to justice, speak with survivors of the 28 September attack

Members of International Federation for Human Rights, which is helping victims to bring perpetrators to justice, speak with survivors of the 28 September attack

Women play football on the 28 September Stadium grounds. These days, the venue is again used for sporting events

Women play football on the 28 September Stadium grounds. These days, the venue is again used for sporting events

Abuses by security forces did not end after the 2009 attack. AVIPA is also working with other victims, including several men allegedly tortured by soldiers in 2010

Abuses by security forces did not end after the 2009 attack. AVIPA is also working with other victims, including several men allegedly tortured by soldiers in 2010