Wave"98, women"s voices against violence Report on the First Conference on Violence Against Women in the Northern Areas by Conference on Violence Against Women in the Northern Areas (1st 1998 Gilgit, Pakistan)

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Other titlesWave report 1998, women"s voices against violence across the Karakorum, Pamirs Hindu Kush and Himalayas, Report on conference, wave" 98 women"s voice against violence
Statement[prepared by Najma Perveen, Salima Bhimani, Parveen Ashraf].
ContributionsYasmin, Bhimani, Salima., Ashraf, Parveen.Perveen, Najma, Mountain Women Development Organization (Northern Areas, Pakistan).
LC ClassificationsHV6250.4.W65 C657 1998
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Pagination52 p. :
Number of Pages52
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Open LibraryOL155292M
LC Control Number99921932

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