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Social work and FGM: anti-oppressive practice in action (podcast episode)

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We discuss the social work role in working with girls and women affected by female genital mutilation (FGM) and safeguarding children at risk. Our guests bring practice and research perspectives to support practitioners’ knowledge and confidence to work in a relationship-based, anti-oppressive, anti-racist way.

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