Violence and Abuse in the Lives of Women and Girls Incarcerated in Three Gauteng Women's Prisons

Violence and Abuse in the Lives of Women and Girls Incarcerated in Three Gauteng Women's Prisons

Haffejee, S., Vetten, L. & Greyling, M. (2006). Violence and Abuse in the Lives of Women and Girls Incarcerated in Three Gauteng Women's Prisons. CSVR Gender Programme, Research Brief No. 03, February. (489kb)

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