HPP contributed to a pro bono project by 28 Too Many about FGM legislation across Europe

Ahead of the report’s publication online in June, HPP is pleased to announce that it has contributed to a global pro bono project put together by 28 Too Many, a non-profit research organisation aiming to end Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). The project is seeking to provide strategic frameworks in the report to enable in-country anti FGM organisations to successfully make sustainable change and end FGM. The report details how the law in each jurisdiction across Europe deals with FGM. HPP was pleased to have contributed the Finland chapter to this important work. The pro bono work was undertaken as part of HPP’s commitment to helping highlight and address important and challenging topics of concern or benefit to wider society, both on a local level and, as with 28 Too Many, on topics of global importance.

HPP welcomes the opportunity to contribute to projects such as this, our contribution to which reflect our core values of trust, equality and partnership. If you would like to propose a pro bono project for HPP to consider getting involved in, please send an e-mail to andrew.cotton@hpp.fi.

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