Chapter of the UN’s “The World’s Women” examines prevalence rates of intimate partner violence and other forms of violence against women around the world.

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Presented by Elizabeth Corey, MSW
Hosted by Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence
January 2016

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