FORWARD launches a new report examining the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the lives of women from Black and minority ethnic communities.
We are very excited to announce the launch of our Annual Report ‘Inspiring a generation of African women leaders’! Throughout our annual report, we share insights and stories of change.
As a parent, guardian or professional, you have a legal duty to protect girls at risk from FGM at all times. This booklet will help you understand the laws on FGM in the UK and what you can do to help protect girls.
A leaflet clarifying the Islamic perspective on FGM.
Utafiti Shirikishi kuhusu Mimba na Kuwa Mama katika umri mdogo uliofanywa Wilaya ya Mpwapwa, Tanzania
Female Genital Mutilation Specialist Health Services around the UK
Driving Social Change: Communication Our Message Creatively
Ntiai Eembe Koko is sung in Maasai meaning “Drop the razor blade, old lady,” the song is being launched by FORWARD’s Musicians Unite to End FGM (MUTEFGM) project.
Unique and particularly concerning, is the migration of women and girls aged between 1O and 35 years to become Kayayei, or head porters - young women and girls who earn money by carrying loads on their heads in lorry parks and markets.
Reasons for internal migration vary, but economic incentives are key. The majority of migration is in order to find work. Other motives include education and marriage, although women are generally more likely than men to migrate for marriage.
To mark International Women's Day on 8th March 2018, FORWARD's Musicians Unite to End FGM (MUTEFGM) project in collaboration with Black History Studies presented The Power of Music: Artists Using Conversation and Music for Social Change at Hackney Attic, London.