This book is about harmful traditional practices: damaging and often violent acts which include female genital mutilation, forced marriage, honour killings and abuse, breast ironing, witchcraft and faith-based abuse. Often targeting women and young girls, these practices are often justified on spurious religious or traditional grounds but are all forms of abuse. Roberts, Campbell and Sarkaria have backgrounds in psychology, policing and law and have spent many years working at the forefront of attempts to end these practices. Harmful Traditional Practices is therefore a uniquely pragmatic book which aims to inform readers about these acts while identifying the best approaches towards ending and prosecuting against them.
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1. Introduction 2. Honour Based Abuse And Violence 3 Female Genital Mutilation 4. Forced Marriage 5. Child And Early Forced Marriage (CEFM) 6. Breast Ironing 7. Witchcraft, Spirit Possession And Belief-Based Abuse 8. Other Harmful Traditional Practices 9. Police Investigation Of Harmful Traditional Practices 10. Prosecuting Cases Of Harmful Traditional Practices 11. Alternative Dispute Resolution 12. Overview And Conclusion.
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