Born in St.Petersburg, Russia, Anna has over 10 years of experience in the area of feminist analysis of male violence & discrimination against migrant women with a specific focus on migrant and refugee women, sexual and reproductive exploitation and domestic work.
Adriana is a Portuguese-Brazilian feminist, graduate in International Relations. Her main areas of interest is the movement against sexual exploitation and the creation and continuing of a global feminist liberation movement. In the ENoMW, Adriana is in charge of Communications. She is also the co-convenor of the Young Women’s Movement of ENoMW, the Radical Girlsss.
Alyssa is a French feminist of Moroccan-Algerian origin. With MA in International Law and Fundamental Liberties, she is a consultant on women human rights, a spokeswoman for Osez le Féminisme! (“Dare to Be Feminist”) and a co-organiser of ENoMW’s young women’s group, Radical Girlsss. She also founded a theatre company which uses art to promote equality between women and men.
Malak is a 23 y.o. Italian Moroccan. She is an International Cooperation student at Helmo in Liège. Her main area of interest are the international relations, EU’s role and its legal, social and economic deficiencies in migration & integration policies. In ENoMW she works on the application of the Istanbul Convention to migrant and refugee women and how migrant women in the countries that had ratified it.
Frohar is an experienced migration researcher and oral historian. With MA in Cross-Cultural Psychology and Community Oral History, she has led refugee research projects in the UK, and worked for the EU including as Migrant and Refugee Communities Oral History Trainer. She has worked with women victims of domestic violence and developed trainings on women’a rights for NGOs in Afghanistan.
frohar [at] migrantwomennetwork.org
Dina is a 21 year old British Afghan with a Bachelor degree in Journalism. She has experience working with the British Afghan Women’s Society, an organisation providing support to Afghan and other refugee women and children in the UK. She has expertise in the field of writing, court reporting, making short documentaries and social media management. She currently works as a freelance writer for PlayStation magazine.