Dexter Dias QC published in Guardian on UK's failure to protect women and girls from genital mutilation

Monday 10 February 2014

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Garden Court's Dexter Dias QC has published an article in The Guardian on the UK's failure to provide adequate protection to the many thousands of young women and girls in the UK at risk of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). In the co-authored article, he provides an analysis of 10 reasons why the anti-FGM law has failed and offers 10 solutions. Garden Court has been involved in some of the most high-profile cases involving the protection of those vulnerable to genital mutilation.

Dexter is chairing the Bar Human Rights Committee's FGM Working Group and is co-writing a report to the Parliamentary Inquiry into FGM. You can follow Dexter's work on FGM by following him on Twitter and via his blog.

Dexter Dias QC is a member of the Garden Court Chambers Crime Team. He has spent time as a researcher at Harvard and Cambridge Universities and has particular expertise in FGM and child protection issues.

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