Learn on your Lunch: female genital mutilation – social work practice case study
Author: Hekate Papadaki, head of knowledge hub, National FGM Centre
Publication Date: 21 April 2016
Photo: Jeff Blackler/Rex
Notes about this session This is part of a series of group CPD sessions, helping you and your team to use Community Care Inform resources to keep your knowledge of a particular area up to date or improve practice.You can use these activities either as one group of three to six social workers, or with a […]
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