Title Zimbabwe: 1. Can a woman be forced into marriage with her brother-in-law when her sister has died? 2. Are the following factors likely to make a difference: if the brother-in-law has AIDS; if the brother-in-law is known to be abusive; if the woman is educated and/or independently wealthy; if the woman has been living overseas? 3. Could a woman receive assistance from the authorities if she does not wish to remarry in these circumstances? 4. What is ZANU-PF?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 14 January 2010
Country Zimbabwe
Topics Domestic violence | HIV and AIDS | Political situation | State protection | Women's rights
Citation / Document Symbol ZWE37973
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Zimbabwe: 1. Can a woman be forced into marriage with her brother-in-law when her sister has died? 2. Are the following factors likely to make a difference: if the brother-in-law has AIDS; if the brother-in-law is known to be abusive; if the woman is educated and/or independently wealthy; if the woman has been living overseas? 3. Could a woman receive assistance from the authorities if she does not wish to remarry in these circumstances? 4. What is ZANU-PF? , 14 January 2010, ZWE37973, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/505aff862.html [accessed 11 July 2014]
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