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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2012 Crimes of 'honour' against women: experiences and counter strategies in Iraqi Kurdistan and the UK Kurdish diasporaGill, Aisha; Begikhani, Nazand; Hague, Gill
Jan-2011 The social construction of forced marriage and its 'victim' in media coverage and crime policyGill, Aisha; Anitha, Sundari
2011 Violence against women in South Asian communities in the UK: a culture of silenceGill, Aisha
2011 Violence against women in the name of ‘honour’ in Kurdish communitiesGill, Aisha
2011 Forced marriage: introducing a social justice and human rights perspectiveGill, Aisha; Anitha, Sundari
2011 Intersecting inequalities: implications for addressing violence against BMER women in the UKGill, Aisha; McMillan, Lesley; Lombard, Nancy
2011 Forced marriage: introducing a social justice and human rights perspectiveGill, Aisha; Anitha, Sundari
2011 Mapping the intersectionalities of violence against women in BMER communities in the UKGill, Aisha; McMillan, Lesley; Lombard, Nancy
Nov-2010 Loyalty and Human Rights: Liminality and Social Action in a Divided SocietyLamb, Michele
Nov-2010 Sociology and human rights: confrontations, evasions and new engagementsHynes, Patricia; Lamb, Michele; Short, Damien; Waites, Matthew
16-Feb-2010 The socio-cultural context of violence against South Asian women in the UKGill, Aisha
2010 Coercion, consent and the forced marriage debate in the UKAnitha, Sundari; Gill, Aisha
2010 So-called 'honour' killings and criminal justice interventions in the UKGill, Aisha
2010 Violence Against South Asian Women: Issues for Policy and PracticeThiara, Ravi K.; Gill, Aisha
2010 Forced marriage: introducing a social justice and human rights perspectiveGill, Aisha; Anitha, Sundari
2010 “It’s not all Heartbeat you know”: Policing Domestic Violence in Rural Areas, in Mawby, R and Yarwood, R. (eds) Policing, Rurality and GovernanceSquire, G.; Gill, Aisha
2010 ‘Protection for All? The Failures of the Domestic Violence Rule for (Im)migrant Women’, in Thiara, R., Gill, A. (eds) Violence Against South Asian Women: Issues for Policy and Practice'Sharma, K.; Gill, Aisha
2010 Understanding Violence Against South Asian Women: What it Means for Practice, in Thiara, R., Gill, A. (eds) Violence Against South Asian Women: Issues for Policy and Practice',Thiara, Ravi K.; Gill, Aisha
2010 Moving toward a “multiculturalism without culture”: constructing a victim - friendly human rights approach to forced marriage in the UKGill, Aisha; Mitra-Kahn, Trishima; Thiara, Ravi K.
2010 Reconfiguring 'honour'-based violence as a form of gendered violenceGill, Aisha; Idriss, Mohammad Mazher; Abbas, Tahir
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