Sexual violence in Bosnia: how war lives on in everyday life
Rape has been recognized as a war crime in international and Bosnian law, but women survivors seldom receive the reparation they are owed. Meanwhile, persistent male violence makes daily life in Bosnia-Herzegovina a battleground for many women. opendemocracy.net, by Cynthia Cockburn, November 28, 2013.
Liberia: Medica Mondiale Founder to Assess Liberian Project
Dr. Monika Hauser, founder and executive member of the managing board of Medica Mondiale is expected to arrive in Liberia today, November 11, on a two-week assessment mission of progress made here. Published by allafrica.com, November 11, 2013.
Afghan Women Silenced by Fear
Women in Afghanistan are increasingly worried about a return to the repressive policies of the past as international combat forces leave the country. Following years of outspoken activism, women are retreating into public silence to avoid being targeted by extremists. Voice of America, by Sharon Behn, September 18, 2013.
"We call them survivors, not victims"
What started in the Bosnian town of Zenica developed into a successful global relief group for women who have experienced sexual violence.
Deutsche Welle, by Sarah Steffen, April 10, 2013
Conversation, Milk, and Honey
How do you heal wounds that cannot be discussed? The gynaecologist Monika Hauser, from Cologne Germany, takes care of women who were raped in wartime. Der Spiegel, by Cordula Meyer, 10.06.2010
Treating War Trauma - "Germany Must Do More"
Interview with Monika Hauser on Spiegel Online, by Cordula Meyer, translation by Marianne Scholten, 10.12.2009
Activists, journalist receive `alternate Nobel' awards
Veeramalla Anjaiah, The Jakarta Post, 08.12.2008
Gynecologist Monika Hauser Receives Right Livelihood for Work on Behalf of Victims of Sexual Violence in War. Democracy Now! Interview with Monika Hauser by Amy Goodman, 6.12.2008
Calls issued for more action over war rape
Rape in war is one of the most serious violations of human rights, says Swiss-born Monica Hauser, who works with affected women in the world's conflict zones. Swissinfo.ch, Interview by Luigi Jorio, 02.12.2008