This half a day session will look at the definitions and types of FGM and the reasons given for why it is carried out. It will include information on prevalence rates, legislation and best practice for supporting girls and women affected by it. This session is for professionals who may come into contact with affected girls and women including, teachers, midwives, social workers, support workers and mental health workers.
Alexis Wright, BAME Independent DV Advisor from SOS Domestic Abuse Projects is holding this session as part of a series of 3 called ‘The Impact of Domestic Abuse within Ethnic Minority Communities’.
All sessions are £15 per person, but if you book all three session the total is just £30 per person, meaning you attain the third session free.
If required for continued professional development, certificates of attendance will be available on request.