Category : Quarterly Updates


Blog posts from our network of grassroots activists and research academics

We have had an incredibly busy few months delivering training sessions to key audiences across the UK, advocacy work with governments, working together with Project Literacy and continuing our partnership with Cricket without Boundaries. In addition, we launched our first thematic report on FGM and Medicalisation and our research for our country profiles has been steaming ahead at full speed.
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A quarterly update from Executive Director Ann-Marie Wilson
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A quarterly update from Executive Director Ann-Marie Wilson.
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Executive Director Ann-Marie Wilson reflects on a busy few months for 28 Too Many and the progress we are seeing in tackling FGM.
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It has been a very busy start to 2015 for 28 Too Many’s Executive Director Ann-Marie Wilson with two separate trips to Kenya and a week in the Middle East. Before taking a few days well deserved rest over the Easter weekend, she reflects on the progress in Kenya where FGM has been reduced from 38 to 28 per cent in 10 years, but still there is more to do.
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As we leave 2013 and head into 2014 full of excitement and enthusiasm for the challenges ahead, Executive Director Ann-Marie Wilson takes a look back at 28 Too Many's work over the last few months and the many achievements in the campaign to end FGM.
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As we all return from our summer holidays, our latest blog is a round up of the last four months at 28 Too Many from Executive Director Ann-Marie Wilson.
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Catch up on the action packed last three months and the progreess being made in our work to end FGM with the latest quarterly update from 28 Too Many Executive Director, Ann-Marie Wilson
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28 Too Many takes off! April began with us talking to medical personnel in Haringey, for Choices, who run crisis pregnancy advice and wanted their staff to be better prepared regarding FGM.  We also attended further training on DASH (Domestic, Abuse, Stalking, Harassment & Honour Based Violence Risk Assessment) dealing with FMG cases.  As a
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