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Book Launch: Female Genital Mutilation around The World

The Woburn Suite (G22/26), University of London

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If you would like to attend this event and have any queries please contact Olga Jimenez via Olga.Jimenez@sas.ac.uk.

 

Female Genital Mutilation around The World

 

Authors are Northumbria University academics from the Biostatistics Research Group, Department of Mathematics, Physics and Electrical Engineering:

 

 

 

The launch of the book is to take place on Friday, 23 November 2018 at the University of London.

   

Agenda

18.00–18.05: Welcome and introduction by Professor Philip Murphy, Director of Institute of Commonwealth Studies

18.05–18.30: Introduction of the book by authors, Professor Kandala and Dr Komba Panel discussion

18.30–18.45: HRH Princess Tessy de Luxembourg, UNAIDS Global Advocate for Young Women and Adolescent Girls

18.45–19.00: Mr Leethen Bartholomew, Head of National FGM Centre (Barnardos), London, UK

19.00–19.30: Discussion

19.30: Close and Dinner

Read more about the research taking place at Northumbria University here: https://www.northumbria.ac.uk/about-us/news-events/news/fgm-research/

Watch two videos from the event below:

Event Details

The Woburn Suite (G22/26), University of London
Senate House
Malet Street
London
WC1E 7HU


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