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Reflections and Way Forward

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Throughout this book, various aspects of gender-based violence have been defined, categorised, and explored in detail. The impacts of gender based violence have been discussed in relation to policy and practice. Each chapter in the book highlighted a different type of gender based violence or harmful practice, although a close reading of the chapters reveals notable similarities and common features between various practices across the world. The aim of this final chapter is to reflect on the concepts and issues discussed throughout the book, identify commonalities, especially those in relation to the Power, Privilege, Positionality framework set out in Chapter one, and to explore how these relate to the abusive practices discussed throughout the book and offer some reflections for a way forward.

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Ali, P., Rogers, M.M. (2023). Reflections and Way Forward. In: Ali, P., Rogers, M.M. (eds) Gender-Based Violence: A Comprehensive Guide. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-05640-6_42

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