Out of harm's way

Valios, Natalie
November 2008
Community Care;11/27/2008, Issue 1749, p30
The article reports on the women's shelter in north west London, England that provides an escape route to a better life for Asian women who are victims of family violence. The facility, managed by Kiron Mahal, head of housing at Asra and Hydeh Nafarieh, has large room that could accommodate a woman with three children. Likewise, it mentions that there rooms for mothers with one or two children, as well as for single women. INSET: 'I was kept in my uncle's house for three months'.


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