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Tackling Female Genital Mutilation - A Scottish Model of Intervention

Year: 2014
Topic: Female Genital Mutilation
Author: Scottish Refugee Council

This scoping study carried out by Scottish Refugee Council with the support of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine identifies populations potentially affected by female genital mutilation in Scotland and explores interventions across the European Union (EU) in the areas of participation, prevention, protection and the provision of services, presenting a baseline of Scotland-specific data and recommendations.

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