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Zero Tolerance - Oxford Against Cutting Summer 2018 Campaign

Working together for greater impact to end Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

FGM is a public health concern and can cause both short and long-term health complications, physical and psychological, not only for the women and girls affected but also their families and friends.

With global migration FGM is no longer confined to certain countries and communities and it is therefore important that teachers, health and social care professionals and other key service providers are ready to offer support.

Download a copy of the poster for support and contacts in Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire

The poster coincides with what is known as “cutting season” when many girls around the UK may be at higher risk of undergoing FGM during the summer school holidays.