An example of action research in Guinea adopting a gender transformative approach
Khadia Diallo "I had to be very clear with my family that I would not allow my daughter to be cut and that I even wanted it to stop for all the other girls in my family" Khadia Diallo is the founder of the Belgian association against female genital mutilation (GAMS Belgium). She shares with us her experience with intergenerational dialogue on FGM.
Limitations to engaging men in Anti-FGM Campaigns While engaging men in the work to end…
The CoP on FGM and its members participated in the NGOCWS65 Forum which took place in parallel with the 65th Commission on the Status of Women, between March 14th and March 26th 2021. This year, because of the sanitary crisis, the CSW and the NGOCSW Forum took place in a hybrid form with virtual meetings.
On the International Day of Zero Tolerance against Female Genital Mutilation, the FGM Community of Practice shared videos from six committed activists, members of the CoP. The voices of these women resonated on Facebook and Twitter to speak out against and end this harmful practice.