Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence and Female Genital Mutilation Support Program
Academic network for sexual and reproductive health and rights policy (ANSER)
Ghent University established an Academic Network for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Policy that aims to become a global resource for SRHR policy research, education and service delivery by establishing an international platform for research on SRHR policy related topics; by developing a portfolio of education and training programmes on SRHR policy; and by fostering interaction between SRHR researchers and policy makers.
REPLACE a 12 month Daphne III funded project
REPLACE was a 12 month Daphne III funded project, aiming to contribute to efforts to end female genital mutilation (FGM) across the EU among practicing communities. The Replace II project follows on from this pilot project and was launched March 18th 2013.
Improving FGM-law enforcement in Europe: dissemination of lessons learned and capacity building of actors in (para)legal field
This project aims at enhancing the implementation of criminal and child protection laws on female genital mutilation in the EU.
Community-based interventions targeting behaviour change towards the practice of FGM in Burkina Faso and Sudan
This project contributes to the global efforts to abandon female genital mutilation, through the implementation of an intervention project targeting behaviour change in Burkina Faso and Sudan.
Strengthening the European Network for the Prevention of FGM by building on experiences and results from the early past
This project aimed at disseminated results of former Daphne projects on female genital mutilation, in order to strengthen the existing European Network for the Prevention of FGM.
Prevention of FGM (Network) 2
Project Summary Project: First European Programme for the Prevention of FGM in Europe Funded by: EC - Justice and Home affairs Task Force Project Period: 2001-2003 Project Sites: Belgium, France, Italy This project is a continuation of the work initiated in 1998. ICRH is responsible for developing a review of legislation in Europe (child protection laws, penal codes etc.) and for developing a history on FGM in Europe. The project coordinator is GAMS (Groupement d'Abolition des Mutilations Sexuelles) in France
Assessing the impact of existing legislation in Europe with regard to female genital mutilation
This project aimed at reviewing existing criminal and child protection laws in 15 EU countries and made a comparative analysis of the implementation of the laws in 5 EU countries (Belgium, France, Spain, Sweden, UK).
Prevention of FGM in Europe
This project aimed at sensitising NGOs, professionals and public opinion on the problem of FGM.
European Network for the Prevention of Female Genital Mutilation in Europe
This project aimed at creating a European Network for the Prevention of Female Genital Mutilation in Europe