Articles in Peer-Reviewed/Refereed Journals:
[A27] Gill, A., Van-Engeland, A. (2014) Criminalisation or ‘Multiculturalism without Culture’? Comparing British and French approaches to tackling forced marriage, Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law (forthcoming)
[A26] Cowburn, M, Gill, A., Harrison, K. (2014) The power to speak: Understanding the cultural barriers inhibiting black and minority ethnic victims of sexual abuse, Journal of Sexual Aggression (forthcoming).
[A25] Gill, A., Brah, A. (2014) Interrogating cultural narratives about ‘honour’-based violence, European Journal of Women's Studies, Vol 21, No.1. (forthcoming).
[A24] Anitha, S., Gill, A. (2014) A Moral Panic? The problematisation of forced marriage in British newspaper reporting, Violence Against Women Journal (forthcoming).
[A23] Gill, A. and Harrison, K. (2013) Sentencing sex offenders in India: Retributive justice versus a different way forward, International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences, .8 (2): 161- 181 http://www.sascv.org/ijcjs/pdfs/gillharrisonijcjs2013vol8issue2.pdf
[A22] Gill, A. (2013) Feminist reflections on researching so-called 'honour' killings, Feminist Legal Studies (forthcoming).
[A21] Gill, A., Mason-Bish, H. (2013) Addressing violence against women as a form of hate crime: Limitations and possibilities, Feminist Review, Issue 105 (forthcoming).
[A20] Rew, M., Gangoli, G., Gill, A. (2013) Violence between female in-laws in India, International Journal of Women's Studies, Vol 14, No. 1.
[A19] Gill, A., Begikhani, N., Hague, G. (2012) ‘Honour’ - based Violence in Kurdish communities, Women's Studies International Forum, 35: 75-85. (subscription required).
[A18] Kelly, L., Gill, A. (2012) Rotis not Riots: A feminist dialogue on the riots and their aftermath, Safer Communities Journal, Vol.11, No.1. 61-72. (subscription required).
[A17] Begikhani, N., Gill. A, Hague, G. (2012) ‘Honour’-based violence and Kurdish communities: Moving towards action and change in Iraqi Kurdistan and the UK, Journal of Gender and Society.
[A16] Gill, A., Mitra-Kahn, T. (2012) Modernising the 'other': Assessing the ideological underpinnings of the policy discourse on forced marriage in the UK, Journal of Policy and Politics, 39, 1. (subscription required).
[A15] Gill, A. (2009) “Honour” Killings and the quest for justice in black and minority ethnic communities in the UK, Criminal Justice Policy Review, 20, (4): 475-494. (subscription required).
[A14] Gill, A., Anitha, S. (2009) The illusion of protection? An analysis of forced marriage legislation and policy in the UK, Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 31 (3): 257–269. (subscription required).
[A13] Anitha, S., Gill, A. (2009) Coercion, consent and the forced marriage debate in the UK, Feminist Legal Studies, 17 (2): 165-184. (subscription required).
[A12] Gill, A., Mitra-Kahn, T. (2009) Explaining daughter devaluation and the issue of missing women in South Asia and the UK, Current Sociology, 57 (5): 684–703.(subscription required).
[A11] DeVito, D., Gill, A., Short, D. (2009) Rape characterised as genocide, Sur: International Journal of Human Rights, 6 (10): 29- 51.
[A10] Gill, A. (2008) Crimes of ‘honour’ and violence against women in the UK, International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, Vol. 32 (2). (subscription required).
[A9] Gill, A., Banga, B. (2008) "A specialist refuge space of my own”: BMER women, housing and domestic violence, Journal of Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care, Vol 1, Issue 2, December.
[A8] Gill, A., Banga, B. (2008) Black, minority ethnic and refugee women, domestic violence and access to housing, A Race Equality Foundation Briefing Paper, No 9: London, October Issue.
[A7] Gill, A., Radford, L. (2007) Domestic violence policies under New Labour: Wasted years? Centre for Crime and Justice Studies Journal, Autumn edition.
[A6] McAlpine, C., Gill, A. & Hegarty, P. (2007) Why Criminalise forced marriage? –Islamophobia and assimilation based justifications, The Psychology of Women Section Review, 9 (2): 15-28.
[A5] Gill, A. (2006) Patriarchal violence in the name of ‘honour’, International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences, V1 (1): 1-12.
[A4] Radford, L., Gill, A. (2006) Losing the plot? Researching community safety partnership work against domestic violence, Howard Journal of Criminal, 45 (4): 369-387.
[A3] Gill, A. (2005) Governing violence: Gender, community, and state interventions, Journal of Community Safety, 4 (2): 37-45.
[A2] Gill, A. (2004) ‘Voicing the silent fear: South Asian women’s experiences of domestic violence’, Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 43 (5): 465-483.
[A1] Gill, A., Rehman, G. (2004) Empowerment through activism: responding to domestic violence in the South Asian community, Gender and Development, 12 (1): 75-82.
[NRA25] Dustin, H., Gill, A. (2013) Weathering the storm: Campaigning on Westminster policy on violence against women and girls in times of political and economic uncertainty, Safe Journal of Domestic Abuse, (Issue, Summer).
[NRA23] Gill, A. (2012) Forced marriage stand-alone law: Will it work? Safe Journal of Domestic Abuse, (Issue 42, Summer)
[NRA22] Gill, A. (2012) Making the case for Legal Aid funding for victims/survivors of domestic violence, Family Law Journal (forthcoming)
[NRA21] Pearce, N., Gill, A. (2012) Criminalisation of forced marriage as stand-alone legislation: Will it work? Family Law Journal, May Issue.
[NRA20] Gill, A., Howes, S. (2012) The value of Legal Aid: Listening to women and the cost of cutting back, Safe Journal of Domestic Abuse, (Issue 40, Winter).
[NRA19] Gill, A. (2011) Criminalising forced marriage: Findings from an independent study, Family Law Journal, December Issue.
[NRA18] Gill, A. (2011) Human Rights and Civil Legal Aid: The case for providing funding for civil cases involving victims of domestic violence, London: National Federation of Women’s Institutes.
[NRA17] Gill, A. (2011) Violence against women in the name of ‘honour’ in Kurdish communities. Al-Nisa Magazine, (Issue 16).
[NRA16] Gill, A. (2010) So-called 'honour' killings and criminal justice interventions in the UK, Magistrates Association Journal, 66 (3).
[NRA15] Gill, A., Anitha, S. (2010) Forced marriage legislation and policy in the UK: Taking stock, Safe Journal of Domestic Abuse, (Issue 33, Spring).
[NRA14] Gill, A. (2009) Addressing the 'cultural silence' of rape in UK South Asian communities, Safe Journal of Domestic Abuse, (Issue 32, Autumn).
[NRA13] Gill, A. (2009) "A BMER specialist refuge roof over my head": BMER women, domestic violence and access to housing, Safe Journal of Domestic Abuse, (Winter Issue).
[NRA12] Gill, A. (2008) IPCC Investigation determines that the MPS “could have done more” to prevent the murder of Banaz Mahmod, Safe Journal of Domestic Abuse, (Summer Issue).
[NRA11] Gill, A. (2008) "Dis [honour]" killings, Police Review, April 2008.
[NRA10] Gill, A. , Banga, B. (2008) The reality and impact of the Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Act 2004 on BMER women experiencing gender-based violence, Safe Journal of Domestic Abuse UK, (Spring Issue).
[NRA9] Gill, A. , Sharma, K. (2005) No access to justice: Gender, immigration law and domestic violence, Safe Journal, UK.
[NRA8] Gill, A. (2004) 'Honour'-based violence, London: Change Kvinnoforum.
[NRA6] Gill, A. (2004) ‘Against my will’: Violence, suicide and honour in the Asian Community, Community Care Journal, October 2004.
[NRA6] Radford, L., Gill, A., Burrows, S., Bone, J. (2004) Moving forward on prevention: Domestic violence and community safety in West Sussex, University of Surrey Roehampton.
[NRA5] Gill, A. (2004) The socio-cultural context of violence against South Asian women in the UK, Police Review, June 2004.
[NRA4] Gill, A. (2003) Maintaining izzat/honour: Domestic violence in the South Asian community, Community Care, pp 42-44. April 2003.
[NRA3] Gill, A. (2003) Faces of honour, The Domestic Abuse Quarterly, Women’s Aid, Bristol: Women’s Aid Federation of England.
[NRA2] Gill, A. (2003) Loss of face: Silence, violence and shame in South Asian societies, Refugee Journal, May, pp 9-12, London.
[NRA1] Gill, A. (2003) The ideology of izzat and sharam in the South Asian Community, Police Review, Sept, pp 17-19.
[BR2] Gill, A. (2007) Dreams, Questions & Struggles: South Asian Women in Britain. By Amrit Wilson (Pluto Press, 2006) in British Journal of Sociology, Vol. 58 (2).
[BR1] Gill, A. (2004) From Homebreakers to Jailbreakers: Southall Black Sisters. By Rahila Gupta (London, Zed Press, 2003) in British Journal of Criminology, November 2004, Vol. 44 (6).