Materials and Resources
Remedies for Forced Marriage: A Handbook for Lawyers. (INTERIGHTS 2014). Edited by Sara Hossain and Lynn Welchman.
This folder contains an Introduction and five chapters comprising this on-line resource published by INTERIGHTS after the end of the Honour Crimes project where it had its origins although constituting a separate project. The chapters, by different expert authors, are on UK - Legal Remedies and Non-Legal Remedies; Bangladesh, India and Pakistan, and are each available as stand-alone resources. Please consult the Introduction by Sara Hossain for information on the project and the construction of the volume, and note the dates to which the information is current in each paper and after which updating would be required.
Selected International Human Rights Materials addressing 'Crimes of Honour'Information compiled by CIMEL/INTERIGHTS Project on Strategies to Address 'Crimes of Honour'
Original version edited by Sanchita Hosali, Research Assistant, CIMEL/INTERIGHTS Project
With the help of: Claire Dawson, Fouzia Khan, Adrienne Parrotta, Sonya Shaykhoun, Catherine Weiss and Alycia Wright.
Selected International Human Rights Materials addressing 'Crimes of Honour' - August 2013
Latest update (2013) compiled by Libera Chiara D’Acunto, CIMEL intern.
(This is an ongoing effort, and the Project welcomes any comments, suggestions or feedback on its contents or structure, including indications to any materials that may usefully be added. Please email any feedback to email@example.com, indicating "IHRM" in the subject box).
Honoring the Killers: Justice Denied For 'Honor' Crimes In Jordan
Financial Integration Intensifies New Vulnerabilities: Brazil in the Global Financial Crisis, Development Viewpoint No. 42
Financial Integration Intensifies New Vulnerabilities: Brazil in the Global Financial Crisis
by Annina Kaltenbrunner and Juan Pablo Painceira
Extracted provisions from the penal codes of Arab states relevant to 'crimes of honour' (updated June 2013)
Compiled by Professor Lynn Welchman
Forced marriages and child marriages
Council of Europe, Parliamentary Assembly, Motion for a Resolution, Doc. 9966, 13 October 2003, presented by Mrs Bargholtz and others
Guidelines adopted at the UK-Pakistan 2nd Judicial Conference
Islamabad, 22-23 September 2003
UK-Pakistan Judicial Protocol on Child Abduction
agreed at the Royal Courts of Justice, London, 17 January 2003
So-called 'honour crimes' - Council of Europe, Parliamentary Assembly Resolution 1327 (2003)
So-called 'honour crimes' - Council of Europe Report
Appalled by the extent of 'honour crimes', says Lydie Err
Working towards the elimination of crimes against women committed in the name of honour - Resolution 2003
Resolution adopted by the United Nations General Assembly, 57th session
30 January 2003, A/RES/57/179
Working towards the elimination of crimes against women committed in the name of honour - Resolution 2004Resolution, United Nations General Assembly, 59th session
15 October 2004, A/C.3/59/L.25
Migrants between Culture and Society - A case study on a changing social climate after the murder of Fadime Sahindal
by Cecilia Englund, Swedish National Focal Point of the RAXEN network, on commission by the EU-body European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia in Vienna
Expo Foundation, Stockholm, October 2002
Dual Citizenship and Forced Marriages
By Alison Symington, Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies, Vol. 10, 2001
Materials on Forced Marriage
Abduction for Forced Marriage - Rights and Remedies in Bangladesh and Pakistan
by Sara Hossain and Suzanne Turner, International Family Law, April 2001 ( IFL 1-64, p.15-24)
Home Office Working Group - Information Gathering Exercise on Forced Marriages
Submission by INTERIGHTS, Ain O Salish Kendra (ASK) and Shirkat Gah, March 2000
Paper by Prof. Abdullahi An-Na'im, Emory University, USA
Abstract: Forced Marriage - A Crime of 'Honour'
Preliminary Paper by Hannana Siddiqui, Southall Black Sisters, UK
Handbook on Remedies for Forced Marriage