Nobel Prize Winners Demand Better Health Care For Victims Of Sexual Violence In Colombia

Six Nobel Prize winners, led by America's Jody Williams, wrote a letter supporting the action being taken by five organizations demanding that victims of sexual violence in Colombia be guaranteed access to the health care they need, the NGO Women's Link Worldwide said Tuesday.

That organization, with headquarters in Spain and Colombia, is one of the five human rights and women's collectives that have filed suit with the Constitutional Court demanding that the Andean nation make the health care protocol obligatory as intended when it was established in 2012, but which, they allege, has left too many victims to shift for themselves.

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