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.
Lessons from an intervention on child marriage and female genital mutilation in Mara Region, Tanzania
A Rapid PEER Study Exploring Migrant Communities’ Views on Female Genital Mutilation in Essex and Norfolk, UK
“Men have a role to play but they don’t play it ”: A mixed methods study exploring men’s involvement in Female Genital Mutilation in Belgium, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom
End FGM Network Guidelines for Civil Society
Participatory Ethnographic Evaluation and Research on Female Genital Mutilation in Freetown, Sierra Leone
The African Diaspora Women’s Forum: Showcasing Diaspora Engagement in Development in Africa and the UK
Taking Action to End Child Marriage in Lay Armachiho District, Amhara Region, Ethiopia
‘I used to cry a lot every night’: Voices of Women with Obstetric Fistula in Bo, Sierra Leone
Young People’s Reflections on FGM and Forced Marriage Results from PEER studies in London, Amsterdam and Lisbon
This highlights the lives of girls and young women in poor communities in Monrovia, Liberia. It shows the daily challenges faced by pregnant teenagers and young mothers.
A Report on Child Marriage in the UK and the Developing World from the UK All-Party Parliamentary Group on Population, Development and Reproductive Health