Charter of Ethical Practice (FGM)


This Charter promotes a human rights approach for those working on the issue on FGM/C.

It is intended to empower women and community members by providing a guide to practice that is underpinned by the human rights principles of participation, accountability, non-discrimination, respect, empowerment, self-determination and inclusion.

This Charter has been developed by community women as part of Human Rights course developed by SWSi Institute of TAFE NSW Granville College Social and Community Services Section for African Women Australia to articulate a basis for applying standards across all sectors.

View the charter at this link: FGM CHARTER 2014 final



By J Pope

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