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Type: Video
Title: Australia's dowry deaths
Authors: 101 East
Keywords: Migrant women;CALD (culturally and linguistically diverse);Service provision;Personal stories;Homicide;Abused women - Australia;Domestic violence;Intimate partner violence;Law;Cultural competence;Indian
Year: 2017
Publisher: Al Jazeera English
Citation: Season 6, episode 16
Notes:  "In India, one woman dies every hour in a dowry-related case. Dowry is a social tradition where the families of Indian grooms can make endless financial demands of the bride's family.

In extreme circumstances, the newlywed bride can be murdered by her in-laws, or driven to commit suicide. ... 101 East reveals that this deadly tradition has arrived on Australian shores."
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