Family Protection Orders in Lae: Some Positive Signs


Over the past ten years, numerous Pacific island countries have amended their laws to address gender-based violence. This blog post looks at one aspect of Papua New Guinea’s domestic violence legislation: family protection orders (also known as restraining orders or domestic violence orders). It draws on data from Femili PNG, a specialist family and sexual violence (FSV) service that has been assisting survivors of FSV since mid-2014.

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Submitted by Toksave
March 23, 2021
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