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Guide booklet on violence against women launched

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Kochi: In a first of its kind project in Kerala, a new booklet meant to be a practical guide for violence against women was launched here on Saturday.

Prepared for the project supported by the British Deputy High Commission in Chennai, the booklet was launched by Supreme Court judge, Justice Kurian Joseph at a function organised by the commission, said an commission release.

The commission is conducting workshops across the state for five days, starting on Sunday, aimed at sensitising, empowering officers (legal, police, judicial) who have a bearing on preventing and tackling violence against women.

It expects through this innovative project, about 130 officers taking part in the workshops will influence speedier and improved access to justice for women, the release said.

Workshop delegates include public prosecutors, police officers and lawyers who deal with these cases daily.

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