Female Genital Mutilation


FGM convictions: Egypt 1, England 0

Michael Cook | 31 January 2015 | Comments
tags: Egypt, England, female genital mutilation, UK
15 cases a day, and not one single doctor has been convicted in England.

Hopes of anti-FGM campaigners dashed in Egypt

Michael Cook | 22 November 2014 | Comments
tags: Egypt, female genital mutilation
The first doctor to be tried in Egypt for performing female genital mutilation has been acquitted.

The ultimate hot potato: female genital mutilation is not as bad as it seems

Michael Cook | 01 December 2012 | Comments
tags: female genital mutilation
Is female genital mutilation really as bad as they say?

US paediatricians retract controversial female genital cutting policy

Michael Cook | 04 June 2010 | Comments
tags: female genital mutilation
AAP came under heavy fire

American paediatricians soften stand on female genital mutilitation

Michael Cook | 14 May 2010 | Comments
tags: female genital mutilation
 
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