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In this section:
|1. What is forced marriage?|
|2. How to report forced marriage|
|3. Forced marriage support organisations|
We know it can be difficult to talk about what's happening, but telling someone can really help.
Below is a list of organisations who offer advice and support if you're being, or have been, forced into a marriage.
They can also help if you're concerned about someone else.
A unit working both inside and outside the UK. It provides help and support to victims of forced marriage.
Addresses and contact details for British Embassies in different countries.
A specialist charity for victims and survivors of honour-based abuse in the UK.
They also have a helpline, Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm: 0800 5999 247
Bringing awareness, help and support to victims of forced marriage, dishonour-based violence and female genital mutilation (FGM).
A national project that supports victims of honour-based violence, forced marriages and FGM by providing advice and support to victims.
A national charity dedicated to helping anyone affected by crime to cope with and recover from their experience.
If it doesn't have an office in your area, it can point you to local help.
It also runs My Support Space, a free, safe, secure and confidential space where you can choose how you want to be supported. Register for My Support Space - it's quick and easy.
A charity helping victims rebuild their lives and overcome different forms of violence and abuse.
They also have a 24-hour helpline: 0808 2000 247
Advice and support for people who are thinking about running away or if they've already run away.
Providing help, hope and support for missing children and adults and loved ones left behind.