This online Honour Based Abuse and Forced Marriage training course teaches school staff how to support and identify children and young people who have been victims of honour-based abuse and forced marriage.
It’s important your staff know the correct legislation and how to spot the signs. This Honour Based Abuse and Forced Marriage training course for schools covers the signs, laws of Forced Marriage, the options for victims, the forced marriage protection order (FMPO), and what actions to take if your staff suspect or know someone is at risk.
Honour Based Abuse constitutes an array of criminal offences including Forced Marriage, which are both serious violations of human rights, and often affect young women, girls, and boys. Forced marriage is classified as such when one or both people are pressured or forced into a marriage they do not consent to, for the benefit of a third party's interest.
The aim of this online course is to greater increase your knowledge and awareness of Honour Based Abuse and Forced Marriage.
The key points covered in this course are:
What are honour-based abuse and forced marriage?
Signs of forced marriage and abuse
The Laws and FMPO
Reasons and consequences
Victim options and actions
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Forced marriage is when one or both people get married without their consent or against their will.
This Honour Based Abuse and Forced Marriage training course will teach your staff in-depth knowledge of forced marriage and how to identify the signs.
There is currently no statutory definition of honour-based abuse in England but a common definition is ‘A crime or incident which has, or may have been, committed to protect or defend the honour of the family and/or community’.
Essentially, honour-based abuse means if a person’s family or community thinks an individual has shamed, embarrassed or dishonoured them by behaving in a certain way, they will punish and may abuse them.
This online Honour Based Abuse and Forced Marriage training will help your staff know what actions to take if you suspect or know someone at risk.
The types of honour-based abuse are:
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