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12:00 - 13:00 1 April 2016

Ending FGM in a generation


Elvin Hall | UCL Institute of Education (link Map)
20 Bedford Way | London | WC1H 0AL | United Kingdom

Open to: Academic | Alumni | Public | Student
Admission: Free
Ticketing: Open

The Childhood, Gender, and Society Stream at the Department of Social Science, UCL Institute of Education, invites you to a talk by Nimco Ali, Daughters of Eve on ending FGM (female genital mutilation).

The number of girls and women living with the effects of FGM globally now stands at 200 million, according to the UN. But through working together closely with the police, health and social care professionals and the third sector, we are now in a much better place to successfully prevent FGM.

Daughters of Eve is a non profit organisation that works to protect girls and young women who are at risk from FGM and works to advance and protect the physical, mental, sexual and reproductive health rights of young people from female genital mutilation practicing communities. Activists such as Nimco Ali from Daughters of Eve believe ending FGM within a generation is a tangible reality.


Kirrily Pells
+44 (0)20 7911 6115 | k.pells@ioe.ac.uk


Daughters of Eve website