What happens then?
If you have been subjected to honour-related oppression or violence, it is not easy to know what will happen, should you contact an authority or organization and ask for help.
To be subjected to honour-related violence and oppression means that those who harm you are those who are closest to you, in other words, your family and relatives. It can be extremely difficult to report your own family and it can be especially difficult to talk to someone else about it, or to ask for help. Maybe you are worried that you will be persuaded to take more steps than you are prepared to, or maybe you are afraid that no-one will understand your problems.