The culture of abuse

After fleeing the threat of a forced marriage, Jasvinder Sanghera now campaigns against a custom that has no room for love

15th October, 2011
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After fleeing the threat of a forced marriage, Jasvinder Sanghera now campaigns against a custom that has no room for love

When she leaves home each morning, Jasvinder Sanghera has to check under her car for bombs. But she’s not a PSNI officer or a politician in Iraq or a doctor offering abortions in the US deep south. She’s a mother of three on the school run in Derby, England.

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