Honour based violence as a global public health problem: a critical review of literature

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Bhanbhro, Sadiq; Cronin De Chavez, Anna; Lusambili, Adelaide;

Purpose : \ud 'Honour' Based Violence (HBV), a form of Gender Based Violence (GBV), has received increasing interest from media, human rights organisations, academics and public. A significant increase in the occurrence and reporting of HBV in many parts of the world an... View more
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