A series of stories in national newspapers underline the importance of the Inquiry into Abduction, Forced Marriage, and Forced Conversion of Girls and Young Women in Pakistan. A Call Evidence has a deadline for submissions of February 15th. Details here:

Jan 22, 2021 | Uncategorized

All Party Parliamentary Group Inquiry into Abduction, Forced Marriage, and Forced Conversion of Girls and Young Women in Pakistan: Call for Evidence. Deadline February 15th 2021

Christian girl chained up in cattle pen for five months after forced marriage to Muslim (telegraph.co.uk)

Daily Telegraph newspaper Tuesday, 19th Jan (p15).  

MailOnline

Christian girl, 12, who was ‘kidnapped, raped and chained up by man, 45, in Pakistan, is rescued | Daily Mail Online

ACN website: Aid to the Church in Need | PAKISTAN: Girl of 12’s life as chained slave (acnuk.org)

Daily Mail…

Pakistan police drop investigation into Muslim man who ‘kidnapped Christian girl, 12,’ | Daily Mail Online –#

The Times.

Christian girl, 12, ‘married kidnapper’ | World | The Times

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