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Lejla Subasic

In May of 2019, Worldview met with group of Chicago-based lawyers, social workers, and psychologists who work with survivors of sexual violence. They watched scenes from a film called The Prosecutors, about the people who seek justice for victims of rape in conflict areas. It was directed by Leslie Thomas, who runs ArtWorks for Human Rights. Click “Play” above to hear some of those conversations Guests: Juliet Sorensen, Northwestern School of Law Deborah Tuerkheimer, Northwestern School of Law Danielle Silva, Heartland Alliance International Mario Gonzalez, Heartland Alliance International Anne Ream, Voices & Faces Project Jessica Darrow, University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration Sophia Sarantakos, University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration Andrea Porter, University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration. Stephanie Japczyk, University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration. Adele Nandan, RefuSHE.