An exhibition to look back on developments over the past 10 years in addressing wartime sexual slavery is now under way at a Tokyo museum and resource center on the former “comfort women.”

The exhibition was organized to mark the 10th anniversary of the Women’s International War Crimes Tribunal, a nonbinding people’s court that gathered 64 victims of sexual slavery alongside legal experts in Tokyo in December 2000 to examine the issue, and held Japan’s wartime leaders responsible for violence against women.

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