Ending violence against women in Pakistan

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Abstract

Pakistan ranked 150th out of 153 in the Women, Peace and Security Index. Around 27 per cent of women in Pakistan experience intimate partner or domestic violence in their lifetime and only 51 per cent perceive themselves to be safe in their communities.These depressing figures are despite the existence of a raft of strong legislation focused on women’s rights that has come into force over the past decade.

Original languageEnglish
TypePolicy Brief
Media of outputwebsite -text
PublisherAsia and the Pacific Policy Society
Number of pages3
Place of PublicationAustralia
Publication statusPublished - 7 Feb 2018

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NameLaw, social policy, arts, culture & society

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women's rights
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RASHID, T. (2018, Feb 7). Ending violence against women in Pakistan. Australia: Asia and the Pacific Policy Society.
RASHID, Tahmina. / Ending violence against women in Pakistan. 2018. Australia : Asia and the Pacific Policy Society. 3 p. (Law, social policy, arts, culture & society).
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