A Summary Report: Participatory Study on Shifts in Attitudes Towards FGM Among Community Women in Bristol
A Youth and School Resource
Organised by FORWARD with the support of The Girl Generation, the 2017 edition of the African Diaspora Women’s Forum was an intimate conversation between three generations of African women on how cultural and social norms shape African women’s sexuality.
Strengthening the policy linkages between different forms of violence
Do you need advice or support poster.
Together we can end FGM poster.
Her Story: Empowering Girls and Women To Lead Change
FORWARD'S UK Community Programme Addressing Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) In The UK
FORWARD’s Musicians Unite to End Female Genital Mutilation (MUTEFGM) presents the Corey Harris Band at Nells Jazz and Blues on 10th March 2018.
The key drivers of child marriage in Tanzania are multifaceted and vary across regions and ethnic groups. This study finds the following drivers of child marriage in Tanzania: income poverty, specific sociocultural norms related to marriage, agency and choice, adolescent fertility, gender inequality and control of female sexuality, and weak legal and policy frameworks.
This booklet celebrates the community leaders and champions of Bristol who are the bedrock of our work to reach FGM affected communities in the city. The lessons learnt from this intervention shared in this booklet include stories, reflections and strategies adopted and adapted along the way.
To mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and the start of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence 2016, FORWARD is releasing this powerful new short film. Hear from some amazing anti-FGM activists, school professionals and community champions about the impact of FORWARD's work over the past 30 years. FORWARD works on female genital mutilation (FGM), child marriage and maternal health both in the UK, Europe and in Africa.