Title Pakistan: 1. What evidence is there that women who are separated from their husbands are treated differently by the community at large in Pakistan? 2. Is there evidence that the police or government in Pakistan, and in Karachi in particular, provide support and/or protection to women who are victims of domestic violence and/or women who are separated from their husbands? If not, is there evidence of why this support and/or protection is not provided? 3. Is there evidence of tertiary educated women who have separated from their husbands living and working independently in Pakistan, and in Karachi in particular?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 27 September 2011
Country Pakistan
Topics Domestic violence | Good governance | Police | SGBV | State protection
Citation / Document Symbol PAK39281
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Pakistan: 1. What evidence is there that women who are separated from their husbands are treated differently by the community at large in Pakistan? 2. Is there evidence that the police or government in Pakistan, and in Karachi in particular, provide support and/or protection to women who are victims of domestic violence and/or women who are separated from their husbands? If not, is there evidence of why this support and/or protection is not provided? 3. Is there evidence of tertiary educated women who have separated from their husbands living and working independently in Pakistan, and in Karachi in particular?, 27 September 2011, PAK39281, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/50f7fc8e2.html [accessed 1 October 2014]
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