DRAW THE LINE: Raising awareness on violence against women and girls

2021-11-15T10:29:18+00:00

Public event to present the project Draw the line Against Violence Against Women and Girls led by the European Network of Migrant Women and AWSA-B in partnership with an artist, Hanane Khaldouny. Where? Darna, Rue des Pierres 25/27, 1000 Bruxelles When? 25.11 from 6.30pm to 10.00pm What? - An exhibit - A roundtable on migrant women rights with experts and activists - Presentation of the toolkit "Draw the line against violence against women and girls" - An artistic performance "WORLDWIDE WOMEN" About WORLDWIDE WOMEN: following a creative expression workshop led by the company Transe-en-Danse at the Reception Center for Asylum Seekers [...]

DRAW THE LINE: Raising awareness on violence against women and girls2021-11-15T10:29:18+00:00

Conference – Girls’ Rights in Belgium – ENOMW

2021-11-19T07:50:23+00:00

On Monday 11 October 2021, in the context of the International Day of the Girl Child 2021, the European Network of Migrant Women organized a conference aimed to develop a state of the art report on the violence against migrant girls and access to girls’ rights in Belgium. They were joined by their Young Women’s Group RadicalGirlsss and their Belgium-based members isala, La Voix des Femmes, Arab Women Solidarity Association Belgium and feminist filmaking collective Elles Tournent. After a presentation of the European Network of Migrant Women and the specific issues linked to migrant girls and a screening of the clip “La Otra Mitad”, [...]

Conference – Girls’ Rights in Belgium – ENOMW2021-11-19T07:50:23+00:00

Conference & Exhibition – Access to Fundamental Rights of Migrant Women in France – ENOMW

2021-11-12T11:43:13+00:00

On Saturday 11 September 2021 the European Network of Migrant Women, along with its members in France and Belgium held a conference and exhibition on migrant women’s access to fundamental rights and mental health services. The event was organised in the frames of the European project FORUM, funded by the Europe for citizen program of the European Union, in which the network is partnering along with several of its members. The event took place in Paris (France) on the 11th of September 2021 from 3pm to 8pm. The event focused on the access to fundamental rights of migrant women and girls, [...]

Conference & Exhibition – Access to Fundamental Rights of Migrant Women in France – ENOMW2021-11-12T11:43:13+00:00

Webinar – CEDAW: Demistifying International Bill of Women’s Rights for Young Migrant Women

2021-11-12T11:46:35+00:00

The European Network of Migrant Women (ENoMW), together with RadicalGirlsss, organised this webminar. Participants: SPEAKERS Dr. Kent Davis-Packard, President & Executive Director of Women Forward International Anna Zobnina, Policy Coordinator of the European Network of Migrant Women (ENoMW) Carolina Medina, MA Student at PRESAGE, Sciences Po University Alyssa Ahrabare, Project Officer of the European Network of Migrant Women (ENoMW) Fatima K, workshop participant, young refugee in Europe Analu Bailosa, workshop participant, young migrant woman from Brazil Jillian Montilla, MA Student at PRESAGE, Sciences Po University Adriana S.Thiago, RadicalGirlsss member Natasha Noreen, RadicalGirlssss member Delphine O, French Ambassador-at-large, Secretary General for the [...]

Webinar – CEDAW: Demistifying International Bill of Women’s Rights for Young Migrant Women2021-11-12T11:46:35+00:00

Hearing CoE: addressing the PACE Committee on Migration, Refugees and Displaced Persons

2021-07-23T08:29:18+00:00

EU Migration policies and Gender Perspective-FORUM project partner ENoMW,  briefed the Council of Europe’s PACE Committee on Migration, Refugees and Displaced Persons, in order to contribute to the upcoming report on the gender mainstreaming of migration policies. This second briefing succeeds the October 2020 meeting in which ENoMW’s Project Officer briefed the Drafting Committee of the CoE’s Gender Equality Division, in charge of preparing a resolution on migrant women.    

Hearing CoE: addressing the PACE Committee on Migration, Refugees and Displaced Persons2021-07-23T08:29:18+00:00

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