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Police Response to Violence Against Women Yemen as a Case Study

Dr. Mohamad Awadh Baobaid

Abstract


Violence Against Women is a subject of great interest to organizations and institutions concerned with human rights. The Fourth International Conference dealing with women's issues described violence against women as a form of human rights violations that is least discussed though widely prevalent.


Keywords


Violence against women; Women's right; Human rights

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DOI: 10.32380/alrj.v0i0.583

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