Let's discuss how intergenerational relationshipw affect FGM and how to mobilize them to put an end to the practice!

The CoP is launching a new disussion on intergenerational aspects of Female Genital Mutilation.

In June, we will address the different ways in which FGM is influenced by intergenerational relationships and how these relationships can be mobilized in the strategy to end the practice. 

How do relations between different generations contribute to perpetuating the practice ? Which role do younger people or older people play?
How can we use strategies such as intergenerational dialogues in our work to end FGM?

As always, you can find the introduction to the theme under the topic. We will upload the section with more resources and the experiences shared by members, as the discussion progresses. 

We are also still looking for experts on this topic – do you know someone? Let us know!

“The Community of Practice on Female Genital Mutilation” is part of the “Building Bridges between Africa and Europe to tackle FGM” project, supported by the “UNFPA-UNICEF Joint Programme on the Elimination of FGM”.
The project is coordinated by AIDOS in partnership with GAMS Belgium.

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