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Toor, S. (2022). Open Prison Concept: Creating the first open prison in Bahrain. Report to British Embassy Bahrain.
Toor, S. (2021). Training Needs Analysis: Development of Ministry of Interior Alternative Sentencing Implementation Department Academic Training Programme. Report to British Embassy Bahrain.
Toor, S. (2021). Crimes Against Women in Madhya Pradesh: A Strategy for Change.Report to Madhya Pradesh Police.
Toor, S. (2020). The Role of Women Police Officers in Combatting Gender-Based Violence in India.Report to Madhya Pradesh Police.
Toor, S. (2020). The Sisterhood Project: Women Police Officers in India.Report to Madhya Pradesh Police.
Toor, S. (2019). Training the Trainers Action Plan: Improving Access to Justice For Female Victims of Violence in India.Report to British High Commission India.
Toor, S. (2018). Improving Access to Justice for Female Victims of Violence in India.Report to the British High Commission India.
Toor, S. (2017). Next Generation Leaders Combatting Gender-Based Violence in India: Study Visit EvaluationReport to the British High Commission India.
Toor, S. (2016). Needs Analysis: Justice Sector Responses to Violence Against Women in India.Report to the British High Commission India.
Toor, S. (2020). Digital activism: empowering women, creating change and demanding human rights. https://www.openglobalrights.org/digital-activism-empowering-women-creating-change-and-demanding-human-rights/
Toor, S. (2019). India: how #MeToo is battling gender-based violence. https://theconversation.com/india-how-metoo-is-battling-gender-based-violence-110056
Toor, S. (2018). How to stop violence against women in India — it starts with training police officers. https://theconversation.com/how-to-stop-violence-against-women-in-india-it-starts-with-training-police-officers-90251