Forced Marriages (FM) & Honour Based Abuse (HBA)

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Course Description

Forced Marriage and Honour Based Abuse occurs in a number of different communities living in Wakefield District. It affects children and adults, women and also men, and has clear links to domestic abuse with lifelong consequences for victims.   Sometimes victims themselves are not aware that what they are experiencing is abuse.

This session covers the background including relevant cultural factors and will consider case studies. There will be opportunities for discussion and questions as well as clear information about safeguarding warning signs and responses.

Target Audience

This session is suitable for all staff working in HBA/FM practicing communities and practitioners with an interest in this area. The event will equip practitioners with an understanding of the key issues relating to HBA/FM and safeguarding. It is advisable for delegates to have undertaken at least a basic Safeguarding children course.

 

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Learning Outcomes

* Define Honour based Abuse

* Define Forced Marriage

* Detect signs of Honour Based Abuse and Forced Marriage

* Describe honour, shame and culture

* Confidently ask questions and provide support

* Use the appropriate safeguarding pathways

* List where to get additional information, support and resources

 

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This session is suitable for all staff working in HBV/FM practicing communities and practitioners with an interest in this area. The event will equip practitioners with an understanding of the key issues relating to HBV/FM and safeguarding.

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