New Women Connector’s Anila Noor writes that women migrants and refugees are mostly viewed as passive recipients of migration and integration policies. Shifting that paradigm and considering women as active participants is key to economic resilience.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, join GIRWL co-founders on March 10 to talk about one year of refugee women-led achievements.
WRMC President Fen Osler Hampson spoke at the launch of the Action Network for the Forcibly Displaced — Women as Agents of Change on 27 October 2020. The new network is a direct result of the Council’s call for a Global Action Network on Forced Displacement in A Call to Action: Transforming the Global Refugee […]
Women and girls are the most vulnerable members of refugee and migrant communities worldwide. They also represent the vast majority of world’s refugee and migrant populations. During the COVID crisis, many of their basic needs have gone unmet as humanitarian aid organizations and health workers have been forced to retract or suspend service delivery because […]
Eileen Pittaway and Linda Bartolomei This paper addresses the international refugee regime’s failure, despite significant international law and policy developed over the past 30 years, to address the protection needs of refugee women and girls and to promote gender equality in policy and service provision. This failure results in serious human rights abuses and squanders […]