List of References for Gender-based violence as torture inflicted by non-state actors (NST)

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Canadian Center for Child Protection. (2017). Survivors’ survey full report.

Corbacho, E., & Barrera, S. (2012). The ongoing tragedy of India’s widows. Women’s Media Center.

Cribb, R. (2015). Underground child porn trade moving toward youngest victims. Toronto Star.

International Labour Office, Walk Free Foundation, In Partnership with International Organization for Migrant
(IOM) the UN Migration Agency. (2017). Global estimates of modern say slavery forced labour and
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Joseph, J., & Hill, K. R. (n.d.). Stolen lives Dignity, forgiveness, hope, and future-mindedness for victims of sex
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OSCE Office of the Special Representative and Co-ordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings in partnership with the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights and the Helen Bamber Foundation. (2013). Trafficking in human beings amounting to torture and other forms of ill-treatment, Occasional Paper Series no. 5 Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).

OXFAM. (2000 – 2022). Protecting the accused: Sorcery in PNG.

Sarson, J. (2021, May 27). The patriarchal “non-state torture war” against women and girls. FiLiA.

Sarson, J., & MacDonald, L. (2021, May 18). Unsilencing non-state torture (NST) [Video]. YouTube.

UNICEF. (2020). Child marriage around the world Infographic.

UNICEF. (2021). Female genital mutilation (FGM).

Watson, M. (2018). Millions of child widows forgotten, invisible and vulnerable Report by action on child, early
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World Health Organization. (2021). Violence against women.

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