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Preventing Domestic Abuse in South Asian Communities

A new report calls for a different approach and greater cultural sensitivity when it comes to dealing with domestic violence in Toronto's South Asian communites. Dr. Naila Butt is the executive director of Social Services Network, an agency that provides support to South Asians living in the Greater Markham region. She explained more. Listen audio (runs 7:46)

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