WIDE+ is very proud to launch its new project: “Strengthening Innovative Solutions to Protect Female Migrant and Refugee Rights”. This project is an opportunity to share realities and strategies organized migrant women in Europe are dealing with, build stronger networks and create new knowledges.
The project is supported [in part] by a grant from the Foundation Open Society Institute in cooperation with the Human Rights Initiative of the Open Society Foundations.
Two WIDE+ webinars and a blog online in our series for the project “innovative ways to protect migrant and refugee women’s rights”.
Listen to the Webinar Recording: “Women’s Agency tackling Violence against migrant and refugee Women”, organized by WIDE+, members and partners with as speakers: Valentina Longo and Silvina Monteros @NetworkofLatinAmericanandCaribbeanWomen, Nezik Keshto @TerrafemGothenburg, Jelena Hnrjak @Atina, https://buff.ly/2Xna6gt.
And you can also listen to the Webinar Recording: “Counter Voices of migrant (undocumented and refugee) women against neo-right populism and other threats” organized by WIDE+, members and partners with as speakers: Anna Zobnina @ENoMW, Sodfa Daaji @AfrikaYM, @ENoMW, Alyna Smith, @PICUM, Jennifer Kamay, @InternationalWomenSpace, https://buff.ly/2KN37fz.
You can also read the blog about the presentation by Alyna Smith at PICUM during the second webinar on what needs to happen to improve the rights for female undocumented women, such as the installation of a “firewall”, a mechanism for undocumented people to access public services without involvement of immigrtion enforcement. https://buff.ly/2PhcIcR
Recording of the third webinar is still to come.
Invitation to the last workshop in Denmark (report will follow):
Reports of previous three workshops:
https://wideplus.org/2019/01/07/report-available-workshops-on-promoting-female-migrant-agency-english-and-spanish-october-2018-spain-organized-by-the-latin-and-caribbean-women-network-and-calala/. The full report is available from the IV Meeting: “Citizenship and Participation of migrant and refugee women: Consolidating our political agenda”, 19-21 October 2018, Barcelona, Spain.
https://wideplus.org/2019/01/07/video-report-conference-women-on-the-move-belgrade-serbia-10-december-2018-organized-by-atina/, Video report Conference: “WOMEN ON THE MOVE”, Belgrade, Serbia, 10 December 2018, organized by Atina
The first national workshop in Sweden organized by GADIP in collaboration with Fisofa, 29 May of this year and the full report is available at: https://gadipblog.files.wordpress.com/2018/08/womens-voices2.pdf.
Previous announcements and other reports:
Members and partners explain how they promote female migrant and refugee rights: video
Promoting female migrant rights in the context of shrinking spaces for civil society ways forward: brief report of the european face to face meeting, March2018