Remedying 'Enforced Sexual Slavery': Validating Victims' Reparation Claims against Japan

Author:Seong Phil Hong
Position::Associate Professor of International Law and Human Rights at Yonsei University School of Law, Seoul, Korea

It has been over two decades since the Japanese practice of enforced sexual slavery began to receive widespread attention. Yet despite numerous international efforts to urge Japan to squarely acknowledge its moral and legal responsibility, there has been no meaningful progress to resolve this matter. This work revisits the issue of enforced sexual slavery as it stands today. The Japanese practice ... (see full summary)

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