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  • Female genital mutilation: How many girls are at risk in Luxembourg?

    The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) estimates that 12–17 % of girls (102– 136 girls aged 0–18) are at risk of female genital mutilation (FGM) in Luxembourg, out of a total population of 822 girls aged 0–18 in 2019 and originating from countries where FGM is practised. Of these 822 migrant girls, 24 % (201) are second generation. Girls at risk of FGM in Luxembourg mostly originate from Eritrea.

  • Female genital mutilation: How many girls are at risk in Spain?

    The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) estimates that 9–15 % of girls (3 435–6 025 girls aged 0–18) are at risk of female genital mutilation (FGM) in Spain out of a total population of 39 734 girls aged 0–18 in 2018 and originating from countries where FGM is practised. Of these 39 734 migrant girls, 79 % (31 232) are second generation.

  • Female genital mutilation: How many girls are at risk in Austria?

    The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) estimates that 12–18 % of girls (735–1 083 girls) aged 0–18 are at risk of female genital mutilation (FGM) in Austria out of a total population of 5 910 girls aged 0–18 in 2019 and originating from countries where FGM is practised. Of these 5 910 migrant girls, 38 % (2 243) are second generation.

  • Female genital mutilation: How many girls are at risk in Denmark?

    The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) estimates that 11–21 % of girls (1 408–2 568 girls) aged 0–18 are at risk of female genital mutilation (FGM) in Denmark, out of a total population of 12 462 girls aged 0–18 in 2019 originating from countries where FGM is practised. Of these 12 462 migrant girls, 82 % (10 269) are second generation.