AOAV reviews the first, comprehensive study on servicewomen’s experiences after sexual assault in the British military

This ground-breaking report presents a thorough and empathetic exploration of the challenges faced by servicewomen in the aftermath of sexual assault within the British military, calling for significant institutional reforms.

Will the arrest of an Australian SAS soldier for human rights abuses pave the way for similar arrests in the UK?

Allegations of war crimes committed by elite Western military units in Afghanistan have been thrust into the spotlight following recent convictions of former Australian and potential UK SAS soldiers, raising concerns over unlawful killings, accountability, and adherence to international law.