GERMANY: SUMMER CAMP FOR YOUTH

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  We are pleased to take part in organising a Youth Summer Camp “Escape to Europe – Live in Europe: Final Destination Integration”  , coordinated by the Jugendakademie Walberberg, in partnership with Archive and More Scotland and Babel Italy, supported by Erasmus+ . The camp will take place on 16-29 July in Bronheim-Walberberg and will include a range of sport, cultural and awareness raising activities aimed at establishing multi-cultural dialogue and solidarity among youth and with specific focus on the needs and rights of young women. Young migrant women, members of our network, will participate in the camp, together with our trainers. for more information contact: info@migrantwomennetwork.org  

JUSTICE FOR NOURA

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NOURA HUSSEIN HAMMAD 19 y.o. SUDAN SURVIVOR of  CHILD & FORCED MARRIAGE HONOUR BASED VIOLENCE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RAPE RELIGIOUS VIOLENCE DEFENDED HER LIFE & DIGNITY SENTENCED TO DEATH on 10 May 2018 DEATH SENTENCE OVERTURNED on 26 June 2018     Brussels, Sunday 13 May 2018 Contact: justicefornoura@yahoo.com and daajisodfa.pr@gmail.com Twitter: @Sodfadaaji @badreldins @AfrikaYM @ENOMW @EqualityNow Petitions: Avvaz & Change.org   On 10 May 2018 Sudanese court OMDURMAN KHARTOUM, governed by the Sharia Law of Sudan, issued a death sentence, by hanging, to Noura Hussein for killing the man to whom she was forcibly married while defending herself against rape and sexual abuse at his hands.  Noura Hussein was forcibly married off at the age of 16 years and was subjected to sexual and physical violence by her “husband”. In self-defense, Noura killed her “husband” after he attempted to rape her, yet again after having raped her while she was held down […]

UPCOMING 07 DECEMBER: REFUGEE COMPACT – GIRL CHILD PERSPECTIVE

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  REFUGEE GIRL CHILD IN THE GLOBAL COMPACTS Women and girls who flee conflict, crisis and natural disasters, or who migrate for other reasons, such as domestic violence or poverty, face specific threats, including human trafficking, exploitation and sexual violence and a denial of their basic human rights. Yet there is a lack of interest and understanding for the specific situation of women and girls on the move by decision-makers and the media. In addition, despite gains in policy and practice in recent years, the capacities of refugee women and girls are too often overlooked. They are underserved, poorly protected, and excluded from decision-making processes.