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Indian Courts Prop Door Open for Rape Survivors

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

India's Supreme Court chief justice has promised to direct courts to translate legal advice booklets for rape survivors into local vernacular languages. Amid declining rates of conviction and a dismissive atmosphere, survivors are turning away from the system.

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