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Press-Conference, 15 June 2021: THE GLOBAL SOUTH CALLS OUT CANADA FOR BREACHING INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAWS

  • June 14, 2021

WITNESSES FROM THE GLOBAL SOUTH DETAIL IMPACT OF CANADIAN GOVERNMENT’S COLLUSION WITH MINDGEEK/PORNHUB IN VIOLATING INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS JUNE 14th, 2021... Continue Reading

Submission to Canadian Ethics Committee: Case of PornHub/MindGeek

  • April 9, 2021

Global South and Migrant Women Submission to the Canadian House of Commons Ethics Committee On 1 February 2021, the Canadian House... Continue Reading

COALESCE: psycho-social and labour support for migrant female victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation

  • February 15, 2021

COALESCE We are very pleased to start a new project COALESCE, beginning January 2021, funded by the AMIF Fund and led... Continue Reading

EU FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS COLLOQUIUM: WOMEN’S RIGHTS IN TURBULENT TIMES

  • November 23, 2017

WOMEN RIGHTS IN TURBULENT TIMES Brussels, 20-21 November European Network of Migrant Women took part in the 2017 EU Colloquium on... Continue Reading

ENOMW STATEMENT ON THE GROUP FEMICIDE OF YOUNG WEST-AFRICAN FEMALES

  • November 8, 2017

GROUP FEMICIDE OF YOUNG WEST-AFRICAN FEMALES Brussels, 8 November 2017   Over 26 West African females, suspected to be from Nigeria... Continue Reading

EUROPE-AFRICA CRISIS WE DON’T WANT TO NAME – ORGANISED SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF WOMEN AND GIRLS

  • October 18, 2017

Brussels, 18 October 2017, EU Day Against Trafficking Overview of Crisis As of June 2017, the number of “migrants” which in... Continue Reading

EIGE EXPERT MEETING ON PROTECTION OF VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING

  • October 5, 2017

Vilnius, 3 October 2017 Two experts from ENOMW team took part in the consultation meeting on Trafficking in Human Beings (THB)... Continue Reading

UN SECURITY COUNCIL: SEXUAL VIOLENCE IN CONFLICT. SPEECH BY MINA JAF

  • May 19, 2017

15 May 2017, New York – Following the release of the UN Secretary General Report on conflict-related sexual violence, UN Security... Continue Reading