Nouvelle discussion: les MGF transfrontalières

La nouvelle discussion au sein de la Communauté de pratiqued sur les MGF explorera les MGF transfrontalières, en particulier dans la région africaine. À l'heure actuelle, la recherche montre que la pratique des mutilations génitales féminines (MGF) a diminué à l'échelle mondiale au cours des trois dernières décennies. Ces changements massifs ont été attribués aux … Lire la suite Nouvelle discussion: les MGF transfrontalières

New discussion : Cross-border FGM

This time we are exploring Cross Border FGM, particularly within the African region. As it stands, Global research has shown that the practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) has been declining globally over the last three decades. These massive shifts have been attributed to FGM awareness campaigns as well as national laws banning the practice. … Lire la suite New discussion : Cross-border FGM

Type IV – Contributions des membres

L’Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (OMS) défini les mutilations génitales féminines comme une pratique qui consiste à altérer ou léser les organes génitaux de la femme pour des raisons non médicales. Les MGF sont classées en 4 types principaux dont le type IV englobent généralement toutes les procédures qui ne relèvent pas des 3 premiers types (ablation … Lire la suite Type IV – Contributions des membres

Type IV FGM – Member contributions

The World Health Organization (WHO) defines Female Genital Mutilation as a practice of altering or harming the female genitalia for non-medical reasons. FGM is classified into 4 main types, of which type IV generally includes all procedures that do not fall under the first 3 types (partial or total removal of the clitoral gland, excision … Lire la suite Type IV FGM – Member contributions

The moderators march to ICPD/ Les modératrice marchent vers l’ICPD

EN We are so excited to announce the participation of the Community of Practice at this year’s Nairobi Summit on ICPD+25. As us moderators “March to Nairobi”, we made a short video reaffirming our commitment to ending FGM in a generation and improving the support to affected women and girls. We look forward to engaging … Lire la suite The moderators march to ICPD/ Les modératrice marchent vers l’ICPD

Discussion: Les MGF type IV et autres modifications des organes génitales féminins

L'Organisation mondiale classe les MGF en 4 types principaux et considère que toute MGF constitue une violation des droits fondamentaux des filles et des femmes. Les MGF de type IV englobent une gamme d'interventions pratiquées sur les organes génitaux féminins qui ne relèvent pas des 3 premiers types (ablation partielle ou totale de la glande clitoridienne, … Lire la suite Discussion: Les MGF type IV et autres modifications des organes génitales féminins

Discussion: Type IV FGM and other types of female genital alterations

The new discussion within this Community of Practice will deep-dive into the issue of type IV FGM and other types of female genital alterations.  As we know, the World Health Organization classifies FGM in 4 main types and considers all types of FGM to be a violation of the human rights of girls and women. … Lire la suite Discussion: Type IV FGM and other types of female genital alterations

«The removal of the southieutes» in Senegal : an unknown type of FGM IV

INTERVIEW WITH FATOU KEBE Behind a “cultural practice” We had the opportunity to meet Fatou Kebe, member of the Community of Practice since 2017, when she came in Brussels for an international expert meeting on management and prevention of female genital mutilation/cutting, organized by three francophone universities[1]. With a background in sociology, Fatou Kebe has … Lire la suite «The removal of the southieutes» in Senegal : an unknown type of FGM IV