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How can people do this to their own children?
Cllr Simon Blackburn, Chair of the Safer & Stronger Communities Board at the LGA, which runs the National FGM Centre together with Barnardo’s, responded to the recent announcement of an additional £1.7m in government funding.
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LGA responds to £1.7m funding for National FGM Centre

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Child abuse; pure & simple

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£30m boost to projects supporting vulnerable young people

Annual statistical publication for FGM shows 5,391 newly recorded cases during 2016-17

NICE guidelines aim to improve how children at risk of abuse or neglect are helped & supported

Unicef:  World must make faster progress to end female genital mutilation by 2030

Government backs projects to help safeguard vulnerable children

LGA responds to FGM report by Home Affairs Committee

Ongoing failure to tackle "national scandal" of female genital mutilation

Justine Greening: UK will match fund CARE International campaign

LGA and Barnardo's respond to new FGM figures

£200m to transform life chances of vulnerable young people

Making Change Happen