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Sally Armstrong describes the moment that defined her journalistic career

During the 1990s war in Bosnia, an estimated 20-40,000 females ranging from age eight to 80 were brutally gang-raped. Sally Armstrong reflects on her reporting from Bosnia, and meeting Eva Penavic, one of the victims that was detained in a rape camp.

In her 2019 CBC Massey Lectures, Power Shift: The Longest Revolution, journalist and human rights activist Sally Armstrong argues
that the future of humanity depends on strengthening the status of women and girls.

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