Wolverhampton's Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy | Wolverhampton Voluntary Sector Council

by James Clarke
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Wolverhampton’s Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy seeks to tackle domestic or sexual violence, female genital mutilation, so-called ‘honour-based’ violence, forced marriage and stalking and harassment.

The three-year plan, has been developed by the Safer Wolverhampton Partnership, and builds upon the significant achievements of previous strategies which have led to marked improvements in policy, partnership working and practice in order to safeguard and reduce risk to individuals.

The draft Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy 2019-22 can be found here.

People can have their say here and completing a short survey, or they can email feedback to safer@wolverhampton.gov.uk. The closing date for comments is 12 March, 2019.