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Coalesce Country Reports: Mind the Gap

  • July 30, 2021

30 July In the frameworks in the COAESCE Project the project partners from Cyprus, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Latvia and Lithuania published country... Continue Reading

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 LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT We are very pleased to start a new project COALESCE, beginning January 2021, funded by... Continue Reading

COALESCE

  • February 15, 2021

COALESCE: GENDER SPECIFIC PSYCHO-SOCIAL, LEGAL AND ECONOMIC SUPPORT AND ASSISTANCE TO MIGRANT WOMEN VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING FOR SEXUAL EXPLOITATION Since January... 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