A Comprehensive Health Sector Response to Sexual Assault: Does the Delhi High Court Judgement Pave the Way?
AbstractThe experiences of introducing the Sexual Assault Forensic Evidence (SAFE) kit, which is developed to ensure correct collection of evidence in two public hospitals in Mumbai, to examine the provisions in the judgement and explore ways to expand its impact are drawn. [WP No. 1].
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medical evidence; delhi; high court; medical; psychological; sexual assault; public hospitals; Mumbai; health systems; women; hospital; families; doctor;
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