WOMEN AND HEALTH: FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATIONS. TO CONTINUE A JOURNEY BETWEEN CULTURES AND TERRITORIES – Female genital mutilations, named female circumcision according to the vision of traditional practices belonging to specific cultures, as a result of migratory movements have become increasingly involved with the territories of arrival of migrants, especially women migrants, both in conceptual and operational terms. In recent years the phenomenon has interested organizations and institutions at different geographical scales and the debate must continue: the issue deserves to be treated, not only for the delicate and complex meanings implied, but also for the places, the social actors and local services involved.

Donne e salute: le mutilazioni genitali femminili. Per continuare un cammino tra culture e territori

GAMBERONI, Emanuela
2013

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WOMEN AND HEALTH: FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATIONS. TO CONTINUE A JOURNEY BETWEEN CULTURES AND TERRITORIES – Female genital mutilations, named female circumcision according to the vision of traditional practices belonging to specific cultures, as a result of migratory movements have become increasingly involved with the territories of arrival of migrants, especially women migrants, both in conceptual and operational terms. In recent years the phenomenon has interested organizations and institutions at different geographical scales and the debate must continue: the issue deserves to be treated, not only for the delicate and complex meanings implied, but also for the places, the social actors and local services involved.
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donne; mutilazioni genitali femminili; Africa
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