In 2012 the Home Office worked in partnership with Southall Black Sisters to publish a leaflet for black and minority ethnic women at risk of domestic abuse called Three Steps to Escaping Domestic Violence. The leaflet provides advice on so-called “honour”-based violence, female genital mutilation, forced marriage, dowry abuse, domestic and sexual abuse, and offered advice for those having no recourse to public funds. It has been distributed through organisations working with vulnerable women and girls, including migrants. As part of a concerted drive to end female genital mutilation (FGM), the Home Office has also distributed over 40,000 copies of a “Statement Opposing FGM” leaflet, setting out the law and criminal penalties that can be used against those who facilitate FGM. The leaflet is available in twelve languages.