This section offers a collection of key resource material related to the practice of FGM and the existing frameworks developed to end the practice and protect affected women and girls. It is aimed for activists, lawyers, policy makers, government officials, civil society actors, researchers and anyone else who wants to investigate the issue of FGM in detail.
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Discursively negotiating violence, gender norms and gender order. "In Somaliland, the prevalence rate for female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) renders it nearly universal". Doctoral dissertation by Maria Väkiparta.More
"FGM is an African issue" "In Europe, we don't do that to girls" "FGM is women's business": sounds familiar? Excellent, because this guide we just released, in collaboration with GAMS Belgium, aims at breaking down common myths and misconceptions existing about FGM.More
A concise and comprehensive guide on how to talk about Female Genital Mutilation in a respectful and non-stigmatising way. Whether you are already an anti-FGM expert or if you are just starting to learn about the topic, we hope this tool will help you in developing the use of empowering and comprehensive narratives.More
The right path to health - Health education through religion WHO, Regional Office for the Eastern MediterraneanMore
Between the incorrect use of science and the misunderstood doctrine: FGM/C or female circumcision in Islam. Female circumcision, also known as female genital mutilation/cutting, (FGM/C) is deeply rooted in the history of many nations and peoples. There is a mistaken belief that the debate on FGM/C is a new one, but this is not the case.More
the End FGM European Network and its Spanish members Medicos del Mundo, Save a Girl Save a Generation and UNAF submitted a Shadow Report to the Council of Europe GREVIO Committee, on the implementation of the Istanbul Convention by Spain.More
The End FGM European Network and its Belgian members GAMS Belgium and INTACT submitted a Shadow Report to the Council of Europe GREVIO Committee, on the implementation of the Istanbul Convention by BelgiumMore
Weltweit sind 150 Millionen Mädchen und Frauen von weiblicher Genitalverstümmelung (engl.: Female Genital Mutilation, kurz FGM) betroffen.More
Deze sociale kaart kwam tot stand in het kader van een afsprakennota die GAMS België vzw afgesloten heeft met de Stad Antwerpen in 2016.More
Esta política quiere servir como marco de referencia para el trabajo que Médicos del Mundo lleva a cabo con titulares de obligaciones, de responsabilidades y de derechosMore