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Monday, November 04, 2013

66,000+1 'cultural sensitivity, political correctness', or +0 real action ?

HUMANistic -------- RIGHTS

context: eradicating female genital mutilation


psychological effects ...

physical effects ...
socialisation into ...?
intergenerational practices
social change
need for 'cultural sensitivity'
need for ACTION
group - population

Additional links:

C4 TV - The Cruel Cut: A passionate, exuberant exploration of the complex world of Female Genital Mutilation

BBC News: Health professionals must screen for genital mutilation

Image: Daughters of Eve

The Guardian: Report calls for female genital mutilation to be treated as child abuse

Symposium: Zero Tolerance: Eradicating Female Genital Mutilation
A Public Policy Exchange Symposium 13 November 2013 - Public Policy Exchange
It has been estimated that over 20,000 girls under the age of 15 are at risk of FGM in the UK each year, and that 66,000 women in the UK are living with the consequences of FGM. More than 1,700 victims were referred to specialist clinics in the last two years, with at least 70 women and girls as young as 7 seeking treatment every month. FGM has been a criminal offence in Britain since 1985; however, there has not been a single prosecution to date. Furthermore, since 2003, it has been illegal to aid or participate in arranging FGM to be performed on another person inside or outside Britain.

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