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Home Office looks into preventing and tackling forced marriage
Date:19 NOV 2018
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The U.K. Home Office has launched a consultation, as it seeks views on a possible mandatory reporting duty, which would require certain professionals to report cases of forced marriage.

The consultation seeks views about whether it is necessary to introduce a new legal mandatory reporting duty relating to cases of forced marriage and, if it is, what such a reporting requirement would involve. It also seeks views on how the current guidance on forced marriage could be improved and strengthened.

The consultation is open to everyone. The Home Office is particularly interested in hearing from victims and survivors of forced marriage, those with expertise in the area of forced marriage, and relevant professionals, including those working in social care, education, the police and healthcare.

The consultation closes on 23 January 2019. 

For the consultation document, click here.
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