During Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons this week, Fiona asked the Prime Minister,
"As hosts of this week’s international Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative Conference, the UK again highlighted the need for more action to prevent sexual violence in conflict.
Given the heartrending accounts of women in Ukraine being brutalised in this way and the reports that a third of women in conflict zones can be victims, will the Prime Minister champion with me, as his Special Envoy for Freedom of Religion or Belief, the work being undertaken with young people across the world to stop religion or belief being weaponised, which can later manifest into sexual violence in conflict?"
Responding to Fiona the Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak MP, said,
"I am incredibly grateful to my Honourable Friend for her dedicated work in this area.
She is absolutely right to highlight the fact that, this week, the UK hosted the Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative conference. It was an incredible success and I pay tribute to all those involved.
As she said, we managed to reach a new political declaration in the conference where over 50 different countries have agreed to put an end to sexual violence in conflict. She deserves praise for all her work in this area."