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RSE: The Role of Education in Responding to FGM and other Harmful Practices

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ORTUS Conferencing and Events Venue

82-96 Grove Lane

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SE5 8SN

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The new government statutory guidance on Relationships and Sex Education (RSE), announced in 2019, makes it compulsary for secondary schools to teach pupils about FGM and other harmful practices.

This conference, which has been co-produced with young people, will bring together key experts in the field of harmful practices and education to raise awareness, and inform participants of their duty with regards to the new RSE mandatory guidance.


Delegates will:

  • Understand what Harmful Practices are
  • Be able to apply their knowledge of harmful practices to their role in safeguarding children
  • Understand the new statutory guidance for RSE
  • Know what teaching requirements have been placed on them in the RSE guidance regarding FGM and other harmful practices
  • Gain an insight in best practice around teaching about harmful practices
  • Know how to engage families to safeguard their children from harmful practices


Speakers Include:

  • Leethen Bartholomew, Head of the National FGM Centre
  • Inspector Allen Davis, Metropolitan Police
  • Dr Charlotte Proudman, Barrister and specialist in FGM and Forced Marriage
  • Louise Williams, Speclialist FGM Clinical Nurse, University College Hospital - FGM paediatric clinic
  • Young people

More speakers to be announced in due course

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ORTUS Conferencing and Events Venue

82-96 Grove Lane

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SE5 8SN

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