media. More specifically, explain GMC’s Child protection and safeguarding policy and share useful tools with campaigners on how to mitigate potential activities-related risks.
This session discusses why most survivors don’t speak out against FGM in the presence of journalists and media practitioners/ content creators to provide a better environment to amplify the voices of survivors on the media, and kickstart the campaign #SurvivorsToEndFGM.
Campaigners often forget how to communicate with GMC effectively while new campaigners often don’t know how to join the team and work with us. The purpose of this session is…
This session sought to break down the reasons why politicians don’t speak about FGM, how to begin discussions on the topic with local/regional/national elected officials and how to rally more politicians to EndFGM media campaigns. The session also kickstarts a #PoliticiansToEndFGM campaign in the media.
Problem: A lot has been done in Nigeria to end FGM but the practice is still rife. 20 Million women and girls between the ages of 15-49 in Nigeria have…
Many men in practicing communities deny responsibility for FGM, often blaming it on women and being silent despite their influence in most patriarchal societies. For a long time, men have been seen as a missing link in the quest to end FGM.
This forum brought together development partners, youth-led organizations and policymakers to discuss the critical role young people play in ending FGM/C and why they should be recognised as key stakeholders and strategic partners in Covid-19 recovery.
INCREASING NUMBER OF GIRLS BEING MUTILATED DURING COVID-19 LOCKDOWNS. UNFPA ESTIMATES 4 MILLION GIRLS AT RISK
This two-day session reflected on current FGM Campaigns and explored best Media Practices to Amplify #EndFGM in the Somali Context. Date: 23rd - 24th June, 2021 Target audience#EndFGM Somali Media…
To train, fund and link journalists with grassroots anti FGM campaigners to produce accountability content on FGM across the 22 hotspot counties in Kenya.