South Asian women in particular are not only vulnerable to Domestic Violence, but exceptionally vulnerable to underreporting of Domestic Violence. The problem compounds itself by making it difficult not only to quantify the issue, but also harder... Read Article »
Domestic Violence in India poses an interesting paradox: in addition to being the most ubiquitous of basic human rights violations, it is also the least reported and discussed. The tightly patriarchal norms and structure of traditional Indian culture... Read Article »
"One thing governments have got is legislation. Legislation has an impact. It affects millions of people in a country just by a stroke of a pen." – Executive Director of UN Women, Dr. Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, "Gender and Violence... Read Article »
Strangulation accounts for 10-percent of violent deaths in the United States, with six female victims to every male victim. A common form of abuse in Domestic Violence, strangulation may result in many harmful health effects and it often indicates... Read Article »
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