Breaking the cycle: Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) awareness & prevention

Thursday  17 May  2018  6:00 PM    Thursday  17 May  2018 8:00 PM
Save Saved
Last update 18/05/2018
  570

Despite being illegal in the UK since 1985, there has been no successful prosecution on Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), we must unite to break the cycle.
Join us at a free event hosted by the Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice for an evening of discussion and debate on issues surrounding FGM.
The evening will engage NGOs, students, police representatives, nurses, teachers and other interested parties on FGM awareness, ways to support prevention initiatives, safeguarding, legal obligations and the duty to report. Open to all.

Agenda

17 May 2018
18.00 – 20.00
Stoddart Building, City Campus, Sheffield Hallam University
Rooms 7138 & 7139
FREE ENTRY

17.45
Tea and coffee refreshments
18.00
Welcome and introduction by the Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice 
18.15
Speaker one – Ashiana Sheffield
18.35
Speaker two – NHS Sheffield
18:55
Speaker 3 – South Yorkshire Police
19:15
Q&A/panel discussion
20.00
Close

culture conventions politics
Nearby hotels and apartments
Rooms 7138 & 7139, Stoddart Building
City Campus, Sheffield, England, United Kingdom
Rooms 7138 & 7139, Stoddart Building
City Campus, Sheffield, England, United Kingdom