Blog posts from our network of grassroots activists and research academics
Guest blog by 28 Too Many volunteer Vivien Cohen. A blog on some of the women who inspire our work to end FGM and are making a difference to millions of women and girls worldwide.
Guest blog by Courtney Perlmutter. Human Rights and International Relations student Courtney Perlmutter reports on the REPLACE 2 Conference held in London on 11th April 2014, bringing together researchers, campaigners and government representations to tackle FGM.
Guest blog by 28 Too Many supporter Nigeen Akram. Student Nigeen Akram blogs about FGM in the UK in the first of a series of posts on the campaign to end FGM. She wants to raise awareness and encourage others to join the growing global movement against FGM.
Guest blog by Lydia Miller. Lydia Miller writes about her recent trip to Uganda and how she was able to use 28 Too Many's research to raise awareness of FGM as part of her workshops for teachers on child safeguarding.
Guest blog by Kat Brealey. 28 Too Many supporter Kat Brealey writes about why she and her husband Ben have signed up to run the Bristol 10k on 11th May to raise funds to help our work to end FGM. We are very grateful to them for doing this challenge and if you are able to please support them in this challenge.
Interview with Ann-Marie Wilson. Following her recent trip to share our research on FGM in four countries in East Africa, 28 Too Many Executive Director Ann-Marie Wilson is interviewed by volunteer Alison Glennie.
Blog by Amy Hurn, 28 Too Many Research Project Manager. Amy Hurn writes about an emotional and informative day at the Metropolitan Police Project Azure Conference in London on 29th March 2014.
Guest blog by 28 Too Many volunteer Daisy Marshall. Research volunteer Daisy Marshall wirtes about a recent event on FGM organised by Leeds Students for Women International Society.
Guest blog by 28 Too Many Volunteer Helen Reid. As the Crown Prosecution Service announces the first prosecutions for FGM in the UK 28 Too Many volunteer Helen Reid considers what a successful prosecution could mean to the campaign against the practice.
A blog by 28 Too Many Trustee Anya Stern. 28 Too Many Trustee Anya Stern took part in the Million Women Rise march in central London on International Women's Day 2014 and writes about her inspiring afternoon.