There was an 18% increase in honour-based abuse recorded by the police in England and Wales between 2020 and 2021. Honour-based crimes are underreported as victims are often reluctant to go to the police or unable to speak up.

Anup Manota is an Operations Manager at Karma Nirvana. Karma Nirvana is a specialist charity for victims and survivors of honour-based abuse, supporting, educating and empowering those impacted. Anup supports victims of honour-based abuse and forced marriage on the Karma Nirvana Honour Network’s helpline and is responsible for structural and strategic developments within the charity.

In this video, Anup defines what honour-based abuse is and shares signs for organisations to look out for. He gives insights into strategies that can help overcome some of the barriers victims face in getting help.

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Between 2020 and 2021, there was an 18% increase in the number of honour-based abuse related crimes reported in England and Wales. In this video, Anup Manota, Operations Manager at Karma Nirvana, discusses what honour-based abuse is. He shares signs for organisations to look out for and strategies to overcome some of the barriers victims face in getting help.

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