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Safeguarding vs Stigmatisation

Nuances when it comes to safeguarding
Graphic of lots of women

The government’s perspective is focused on safe-guarding, reporting, prosecution, and protection of victims and those at risk – for very good reasons!

However this might translate to victimisation and communal alienation.

Have a read of the following article:

  • this report on the impact of FGM-safeguarding on communities

Further Reading

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Female Genital Mutilation (FGM): Health, Law, and Socio-Cultural Sensitivity

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