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Bibliografia statistica ed epidemiologica

Con l'inclusione di paesi di solito non considerati dai dati circolanti comunemente: Asia, Indonesia, Medio Oriente.

  • Amnesty International, Iraq: Decades of Suffering,cap. 4 "Violence in the family", 2005.
  • Amnesty International, Iraq. Civilians under fire, cap. 4 "Violence aganist women and girls", 2010, p. 19.
  • Amnesty International, Left without a choice: Barriers to reproductive health in Indonesia, 2010.
  • Amnesty International, Annual Report 2012: The State of the world's human right. Indonesia.
  • Asali A. e alii, "Ritual Female Genital Surgery among Bedouin in Israel",Archives of Sexual Behavior, 24 (5), 1995, pp. 571-75. (Israele)
  • Budiharsana M., Female Circumcision in Indonesia. Extent, Implications and Possible Intervetion to Uphold Women's Health Rights, Population Council, Jakarta, 2004. (Indonesia)
  • EIGE-European Institute for Gender Equality, EIGE, Studio per mappare la situazione attuale e le tendenze della mutilazione genitale femminile in 27 Stati membri dell'UE e la Croazia - Report, Belgio, 2013.
  • FORWARD-Foundation for Women's Health, Research and Development, A Statistical Study to Estimate the Prevalence of Female Genital Mutilation in England and Wales. (Summary Report), 2007.
  • Ghadially R., "All for 'Izzat'. The Practice of Female Circumcision among Bohra Muslim",Manushi, 66, 1991, pp.17-20.(India)
  • Halila e alii, "Disappearance of Female Genital Mutilation from the Bedouin Population of Southern Israel",Journal of Sexual Medicine, 6 (1), 2009, pp. 70-73. (Israele)
  • Human Rights Watch, They Took Me and Told Me Nothing. Female Genital Mutilation in Iraqi Kurdistan, 2010.
  • IRB-Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, Nigeria: Information on the prevalence of female genital circumcision among the Yoruba community in Lagos including the age at which it is practised and whether there isá any state protection available to women or female children who might be subjected to this procedure, 1 November 1997. (Nigeria).
  • Isa A.R., Shuib R., Othman M.S., "The Practice of Female Circumcision among Muslims in Kelantan, Malysia",Reproductive Health Matters, 7 (13), 1999, pp. 137-44. (Malesia)
  • PRB (Population Reference Bureau), Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: Data and Trends, Update, 2010
  • PRB (Population Reference Bureau),Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: Data and Trends Update 2014, by Charlotte Feldman-Jacobs and Donna Clifton, 2014
  • Tag-Eldin M., Gadallah M., Al-Tayeb M., Abdel-Aty M., Mansour E., Salema M., "Prevalence of female genitalcutting among Egyptian girls", in:Bullettin of the World Health Organization, n.86, 2008, pp. 269-274.(Egitto)
  • UNICEF, United Nations Children's Fund,Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: What might the futurehold?,New York, 2014.
  • Yoder, P. e altri, Female Genital Cutting in the Demographic and Health Surveys: Acritical and Comparative Analysis, DHS Comparative Report, n.7, 2004.
  • Yoder P. S., Khan S., Numbers of women circumcised in Africa: the production of a total, Demographic and Health Research, n.39, 2008.(Africa)
  • Yoder P. S., Khan S.,DHS Working Papers,n.39, march2008.
  • ADI- Association for Crisis Assistance and Development Co-operation, Female Genital Mutilation in Iraqui-Kurdistan,an empirical study by wadi, Frankfurt am Main, 2010. (Kurdistan)
 
 
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