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Community Perceptions of Forced Marriage

By A. Yunas Samad and J. Eades


NoThis is an analytical report for the Community Liaison Unit (CLU),\ud 'Community Perceptions of Forced Marriage'. This report provides the context,\ud explores the problems and the perceptions of the Pakistani and Bangladeshi\ud communities of forced marriages. Therefore, this report represents a\ud comprehensive and rigorous synthesis of existing research evidence\ud combined with primary data collected specifically for the report

Topics: Forged Marriage; Community perceptions; Pakistan; Bangladesh, ; Pakistan, ; Bangladesh
Year: 2002
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Provided by: Bradford Scholars

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