Female Genital Cutting in Industrialized Countries
Mutilation or Cultural Tradition? October 20, 2014, 251 pages
This book examines the practice of female genital mutilation including the origin of the practice, the countries of prevalence, and the current rise of the practice in industrialized countries, and proposes new intervention programs and community-based initiatives that protect the rights of children and women who live with the serious risks and long-term consequences of the practice.
This resource may be free from your local library or purchased from the publisher.