A Guide For Education Professionals
'Do Not Hide Yourself You Are Not Cursed': A PEER Study on Obstetric Fistula - Mpwapwa, Dodoma, Tanzania
ATL's Safer Schools network brings together the expertise of leading organisations, practitioners and academics to signpost education professionals, young people and parents to resources, debate and support. www.saferschools.org.uk
Taking Action to End Child Marriage in Lay Armachiho District, Amhara Region, Ethiopia
FORWARD's Youth Programme, Young People Speak Out, have developed this film with Media Trust: 'These are Our Friends' on the issue of Female genital Mutilation (FGM). This will be screened on the Community Channel in July as part of the Bridging The Gap series.
An information guide as to how to respond when you believe someone is at risk of FGM or when someone discloses this to you, your statutory duty as a professional, and help as to how to recognize a girl at risk of FGM.
Accelerating Social Change for African Girls and Women
‘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
Working Together to Safeguard Rights and Dignity of African Women and Girls
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.
Raising Voices of Change