European Network of Migrant Women


Dr. Noura Raad - Co-President

Born in Lebanon, Noura is a lawyer in France and holds a PHD on the Status of Women in Comparative Criminal Law. President of Aix-en-Provence section of Forum Femmes Méditerranée, she is a militant feminist engaged in the legal advocacy for the women victims of violence. In ENOMW she works on migrant women’s rights access to justice.  She’s the convener of ENoMW’s Membership group. noura[at]

Chiara Parolin - Co-President

Chiara Parolin is an Italian lawyer specialised in immigration law, in particular the cases of refugee women, family unification, domestic violence and trafficking. She is the president of Aura Women Association. Chiara’s main interests are: reading, knitting and dogs. In the Network she’s the convener of ENoMW’s Legal group. chiara[at]

Jules Buckley - Treasurer

Born in Zimbabwe and working as a Marketing Executive in Ireland. She holds a Diploma in Marketing and Public Relations. She sat on the board of AkiDwa, a national network of migrant women living in Ireland as Treasurer for 6 years. In ENOMW she started off as a representative of AkiDwa before she took on the role of Treasurer.

Spogmy Jabarkhil - Board Member

Spogmy, born in Afghanistan, is the founder and director of Afghan Women Organisation, based in Gothenburg, Sweden. With a diploma in Pedagogical Education, she is currently a Law Student at the Jusutdanning Law school . Spogmay’s main interests are women’s rights, girls access to education and integration of refugee women in the European communities.

Jennifer Okeke - Board Member

Jennifer is a community activist, former chairperson of a migrant women’s organisation based in Ireland and is currently the Anti-Trafficking Officer with Immigrant Council of Ireland. She has extensive experience on issues of gender, human rights and migration and proven history of supporting local migrant communities in the promotion of integration. Jennifer is currently a PhD candidate with Dublin City University exploring the experience of migrant women trafficked into/through Ireland for sexual exploitation. 

Widad Hamri - Board Member

Born in Morocco and working in France, Widad is a feminist and a member of the board of Osez le féminisme (“Dare to Be Feminist”), a French feminist organization specialising in awareness and advocacy on women’s rights and against male violence. Her main areas of interest are feminist sexual education, the impact of racism on women and lesbian activism.

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