Female genital cutting, also known as female genital mutilation (FGM or FGM/C), is where the female genitals are deliberately cut or changed without a medical reason.
If you have concerns about FGM/C, either in relation to yourself or another person, you can get expert help and advice from the Oxford Rose Clinic. Visit the Oxford Rose Clinic – Oxford University Hospitals website for details.
- Oxford Rose Clinic – Oxford University Hospitals website
A confidential service providing support for women and girls who have undergone female genital mutilation or cutting (FGM/C).
- Female genital mutilation – the NHS website
Information about FGM/C and how to get help and support.
- Oxford Against Cutting
A charity committed to working to help prevent female genital mutilation and honour-based abuse of girls and women living in the Thames Valley.
- Rose Community
A network for people affected by FGM. It is run by people from FGM-affected communities and is supported by the Oxford Rose Clinic team at the John Radcliffe Hospital.