Genital Mutilation in Ireland
The National Organisation of Circumcision Information Resource Centres (NOCIRC) of Northern Ireland was formed in 1996 by a group of health professionals, legal professionals, and survivors of circumcision and episiotomy.
KeywordsPost Traumatic Stress Disorder Male Circumcision Female Genital Mutilation Legal Professional Female Circumcision
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