Victimization of Women in Inter-Tribal Feuds: A Comprehensive Study of Upper Sindh Inter Tribal Conflicts
Keywords:GBV, Victimization of Women, Honor killings, Tribal Conflicts, Conflcits
The recent qualitative study aims to investigate the crimes committed against women in tribal conflicts, the impacts of tribal conflicts on women, and causative factors responsible for inter-tribal conflicts and women victimization. The research is based on in-depth interviews with 20 students belonging to the conflict-affected areas of Sindh. It involves purposive sampling method to select the individuals. The data reveals that number of offences is committed against females such as forced marriages in conflict settlement, honor killing, domestic violence, gender bias and discrimination, infringement of property, economic and educational rights, and myriad of others. The prolonged victimization of women has painful impacts on their social life, psychological wellbeing and economic accessibility. In addition, this paper outlines certain recommendations that mean to address the victimization of women and the multitude issues women confront in their routine life. Having faced some constraints, suggestions for future research are given to explore more about the highly concerning issue.
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