Check out this photo gallery of men and women who speak out against female genital mutilation and who often risk danger and abuse in doing so.
The Female Genital Mutilation: My Way of Saying No photographic exhibition pays tribute to the individuals across Europe and Africa who risk opposition to make a stand against the practice. The series of portraits of campaigners, including a Mali-born singer and a Belgium-based human rights lawyer, are being displayed at Antwerp central railway station until 5 August

Check out this photo gallery of men and women who speak out against female genital mutilation and who often risk danger and abuse in doing so.

The Female Genital Mutilation: My Way of Saying No photographic exhibition pays tribute to the individuals across Europe and Africa who risk opposition to make a stand against the practice. The series of portraits of campaigners, including a Mali-born singer and a Belgium-based human rights lawyer, are being displayed at Antwerp central railway station until 5 August

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