Title Sierra Leone: Whether there is a cult called Bondo Codes in Sierra Leone. Information on its activities, objectives, faith, rituals, leadership, membership, history and current situation in Sierra Leone. Information on the treatment of those who are members or are perceived to be members of Bondo Codes by the government and/or society. Is there free movement within Sierra Leone? Would a Bondo Code member experience any legal or practical problems moving within the country? Would police provide protection/services to a Bondo Code member experiencing problems due to his his/her membership of the cult? What is the legal status of Bondo codes? If illegal, penalties for membership?
Publisher Ireland: Refugee Documentation Centre
Publication Date 11 February 2010
Country Sierra Leone
Topics Female genital mutilation (FGM)
Citation / Document Symbol Q11611
Cite as Ireland: Refugee Documentation Centre, Sierra Leone: Whether there is a cult called Bondo Codes in Sierra Leone. Information on its activities, objectives, faith, rituals, leadership, membership, history and current situation in Sierra Leone. Information on the treatment of those who are members or are perceived to be members of Bondo Codes by the government and/or society. Is there free movement within Sierra Leone? Would a Bondo Code member experience any legal or practical problems moving within the country? Would police provide protection/services to a Bondo Code member experiencing problems due to his his/her membership of the cult? What is the legal status of Bondo codes? If illegal, penalties for membership?, 11 February 2010, Q11611, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4b8fcb1f0.html [accessed 22 July 2014]
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