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Indian Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act: Stumbling or Striving Ahead?

Saxena, Tulika


Domestic violence, the most pervasive form of violence against women, is accepted internationally as a violation of human rights and about 125 countries have policies to address it. Women’s movement and activism first brought the issue of violence against women onto the mainstream policy making agenda. The focus now rests on how efficient these policies are. However, few impact assessment studies on these policies are available. This research seeks to fill...[Show more]

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Date published: 2015-08
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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