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Workshop 8: Keeping safe: Safeguarding children from FGM and harmful practices

If after accessing these resources you would like the opportunity to participate in an online, interactive, facilitated group discussion on this subject please register your interest. We will arrange a date based on demand and contact you by email with further details.Opens a external web page

Introduction

Introduction to keeping children safe from FGM and harmful practices from Bal Kaur Howard, BKH Training. click on the presentation below.

This video has audio content, please also listen to get the most from it

Want to know more about Harmful Practices? Additional Resources section

National FGM Centre: Harmful practices informationOpens a external web page

The National FGM Centre’s Vision is to keep children and young people safe from FGM and other Harmful Practices, including ending new cases of FGM by 2030.
Harmful practices are persistent practices and behaviours that are grounded on discrimination on the basis of sex, gender, age and other grounds as well as multiple and/or intersecting forms of discrimination that often involve violence and cause physical and/or psychological harm or suffering.

Participation opportunity

If you would like the opportunity to participate in an online, interactive, facilitated group discussion on this subject please register your interest using the link here or at the top of the page.

We will arrange a date based on demand and contact you by email with further details

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