We are delighted to share these new Good Practice Points on Working with victims and survivors of Forced Marriage.
These Good Practice Points, authored by Asma Ashraf, Research Nurse, Research Department of Infection and Population Health, University College London, support health visitors working with parents and children who may be at risk of, or have experienced a forced marriage. Forced marriage is a safeguarding issue and should be treated as a serious problem which can cause major harm to individuals.
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