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Islamic Marriage Contracts: A Resource Guide for Legal Professionals, Advocates, Imams, and Communities (2012)
Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence and Battered Women’s Justice Project (2012)
This guide was developed as a resource for legal professionals and advocates working with Muslims, and for Muslim leaders and community members.
Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence, and Wisconsin Refugee Family Strengthening Project (2012)
This report seeks to illustrate in detail that advocate groups have been doing to combat the prevalence of domestic violence within interracial marriages in the Hmong population.
Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence (2010)
This report’s goals are to raise awareness of the problem in order to counter denial and victim blaming; generate discussions that will inform culturally-specific intervention, prevention and community organizing strategies; influence the field so safety for battered women takes into account an expanded definition of domestic violence related homicides; and develop questions for future research.
Resource Guide for Advocates & Attorneys on Interpretation Services for Domestic Violence Victims (2009)
Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence (2009)
All survivors and victims of domestic and sexual violence navigate complex legal systems – those with limited English proficiency and those who are deaf or hard of hearing face additional challenges.
Women & Therapy (1990)
This article presents a preliminary analysis of domestic violence in Asian American communities, and reports results from a focus group study on domestic violence in Southeast Asians (Laotians, Khmer, Vietnamese, and Chinese).
Gender and Society (2002)
In this article, the authors assess the still limited literature on domestic violence among immigrant women in major receiving countries so as to begin delineating a framework to explain how immigrant-specific factors exacerbate the already vulnerable position—as dictated by class, gender, and race—of immigrant women in domestic violence situations.