Our Girl UK


Our Girl is a partnership focused prevention campaign project with collaboration at it’s centre.  Since 2016, Our Girl has reached thousands of direct beneficiaries through work in schools, universities and colleges as well as through training workshops for frontline professionals such as teachers, the police, health and social care practitioners and legal professionals.

Alongside this work the Our Girl HQ team ensures that Our Girl materials are available to all individuals and organisations who wish to use them in their prevention activities as well as updating and maintaining the Our Girl website, social media and general communications work. 

Our Girl HQ team endeavour’s to promote Our Girl through the media, at events and conferences and other general awareness raising activities where possible. If you would like to get in touch about using Our Girl in any of your events or activities please get in touch at emma@ourgirl.co.uk

  • Our Girl is a crucial tool in the struggle to end forced marriages here in the UK but crucially the diversity of partnerships will ensure high impact prevention outcomes.

    Our Girl Supporter

  • The police are resolute in its commitment to tackle Forced Marriage and I wholly support Our Girl – a fantastic collaboration of NGOs, Schools and Police, as it will educate, raise awareness and empower young people to make safe and informed choices.’  

    Commander Mak Chishty, NPCC Lead for Honour Based Abuse, Forced Marriage and FGM

  • Early intervention and awareness raising is essential in tackling forced marriages and other cultural practices. The Our Girl campaign is a real step in empowering and educating professionals and young people.’  

    Mandy Sanghera, an international human rights activist and Ambassador for Our Girl

Campaign Outcomes

Campaign outcomes coming soon.

Affected by forced marriage?

If you or someone you know is at risk of forced marriage, you can contact the Forced Marriage unit on 020 7008 0151 or The Sharan Project on 0844 5043231.
If in immediate danger call the police on 999