Violence against immigrant women and their daughters: comparing data from France and Germany

Condon S, Schröttle M (2006) Comparative reanalysis of prevalence of violence against women and health impact data in Europe - obstacles and possible solutions. Testing a comparative approach on selected studies. CAHRV-Report 2006. Co-ordination Action on Human Rights Violations funded through the European Commission, 6th Framework Programme, Project No. 506348.

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Schröttle, Monika ; Martinez, Manuela ; Condon, Stephanie ; Jaspard, Maryse ; Piispa, Minna ; Hagemann-White, Carol ; Brzank, Petra
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Condon S, Schröttle M. Violence against immigrant women and their daughters: comparing data from France and Germany. Comparative reanalysis of prevalence of violence against women and health impact data in Europe - obstacles and possible solutions. Testing a comparative approach on selected studies. CAHRV-Report 2006. Co-ordination Action on Human Rights Violations funded through the European Commission, 6th Framework Programme, Project No. 506348.; 2006.
Condon, S., & Schröttle, M. (2006). Violence against immigrant women and their daughters: comparing data from France and Germany (Comparative reanalysis of prevalence of violence against women and health impact data in Europe - obstacles and possible solutions. Testing a comparative approach on selected studies. CAHRV-Report 2006. Co-ordination Action on Human Rights Violations funded through the European Commission, 6th Framework Programme, Project No. 506348).
Condon, S., and Schröttle, M. (2006). Violence against immigrant women and their daughters: comparing data from France and Germany. Comparative reanalysis of prevalence of violence against women and health impact data in Europe - obstacles and possible solutions. Testing a comparative approach on selected studies. CAHRV-Report 2006. Co-ordination Action on Human Rights Violations funded through the European Commission, 6th Framework Programme, Project No. 506348,.
Condon, S., & Schröttle, M., 2006. Violence against immigrant women and their daughters: comparing data from France and Germany, Comparative reanalysis of prevalence of violence against women and health impact data in Europe - obstacles and possible solutions. Testing a comparative approach on selected studies. CAHRV-Report 2006. Co-ordination Action on Human Rights Violations funded through the European Commission, 6th Framework Programme, Project No. 506348,
S. Condon and M. Schröttle, Violence against immigrant women and their daughters: comparing data from France and Germany, Comparative reanalysis of prevalence of violence against women and health impact data in Europe - obstacles and possible solutions. Testing a comparative approach on selected studies. CAHRV-Report 2006. Co-ordination Action on Human Rights Violations funded through the European Commission, 6th Framework Programme, Project No. 506348, 2006.
Condon, S., Schröttle, M.: Violence against immigrant women and their daughters: comparing data from France and Germany. Comparative reanalysis of prevalence of violence against women and health impact data in Europe - obstacles and possible solutions. Testing a comparative approach on selected studies. CAHRV-Report 2006. Co-ordination Action on Human Rights Violations funded through the European Commission, 6th Framework Programme, Project No. 506348. (2006).
Condon, Stéphanie, and Schröttle, Monika. Violence against immigrant women and their daughters: comparing data from France and Germany. 2006. Comparative reanalysis of prevalence of violence against women and health impact data in Europe - obstacles and possible solutions. Testing a comparative approach on selected studies. CAHRV-Report 2006. Co-ordination Action on Human Rights Violations funded through the European Commission, 6th Framework Programme, Project No. 506348.
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