I Know First-Hand FGM Is One Of The Worst Forms Of Abuse – Survivors Like Me Shouldn't Need More Laws To Feel Protected
It’s important we recognise and admit our system that protects women and girls in this country is not perfect and needs extensive reform
I walked around for over thirty years with that weight on my shoulders, knowing what had happened on that awful day when I was 10 years old.
She made a failed bid to 'shut up' her accusers with witchcraft.
Yes, that's really a thing that can happen - and Chope has done this before.
The 'cuts' and 'cutting'. Both should be bothering us Brits a lot right now. 'Cuts', of course, are austerity. And 'cutting
Heartbreaking story of Lola Ilesamni to feature on Channel 4 News.
A three-year-old girl faces female genital mutilation (FGM) if her family is deported, the Prime Minister was warned today
We believe the best way of preventing the practice is by working with girls and their families, raising awareness in schools and communities and training professionals like teachers and social workers to spot girls at risk of FGM and know how to report it
Courtesy of Sahiyo Aarefa Johari, Insia Dariwala and Shaheeda Tavawalla-Kirtane representing Sahiyo at a Womens Day event
The theme for this year's International Women's Day was #BeBoldForChange, calling on us all to make a world that works better and harder for gender inclusivity. Yet, despite society moving on from the sexism of the 1960s and 1970s, there are still some issues that demand our attention.