Redressing Gendered Health Inequalities of Displaced Women and Girls

University of Southampton


The International Community Is Failing the Human Rights of Forced Migrants Crossing the Deadly Darien Gap

14 November 2023 0

Natalia Cintra and Pía Riggirozzi share their experience following a visit to the  Darien Gap in July 2023 and highlight the urgent need to strengthen protection systems, emergency responses, and find durable solutions. This post was first published in the United Nations University Institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies (UNU-CRIS) website. It was an unbearably hot day […]

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A teimosia de tentar o impossível -Comentários sobre o documentário de Ângela Facundo Navia

13 April 2023 0

Ângela Facundo Navia, faz parte do Departamento de Antropologia, Programa de Pós-Graduação em Antropologia Social, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Brasil.   O documentário “Sair adiante / Salir adelante” tem, como outras peças audiovisuais, a capacidade de condensar, em um formato sensorial intenso, ideias, emoções, experencias e intenções compartilhadas. Nesse caso, dentre outras, […]

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Um convite ao exercício cotidiano da empatia: breves considerações sobre o documentário Salir Adelante, Por Marlise Rosa

27 March 2023 0

Essa reflexão, escrita por Marlise Rosa, foi construída com base em seus comentários na ocasião da exibição pública do documentário ‘Salir Adelante’, do projeto ReGHID e dirigido por Bruna Crucio, em Manaus (Amazonas), Brasil, em 14 de março de 2023. Marlise Rosa é Doutora em antropologia social pelo Programa de Pós-Graduação em Antropologia Social do […]

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REGHID Central American Survey – Implementation phase started

27 March 2023 0

by Sarahí Rueda Salazar Phd, Research Fellow The first group of women have been interviewed for the REGHID Central American survey on the sexual and reproductive health of women during forced displacement. This is an important milestone in the REGHID project and will allow us to understand the needs, barriers and gaps with respect to the sexual […]

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Reflections on fieldwork conducted in Manaus, Boa Vista and Pacaraima, Brazil, in the context of the project Redressing Gendered Health Inequalities of Displaced Women and Girls in Contexts of Protracted Crisis in Central and South America (ReGHID). May 2022

20 May 2022 0

Doing research on displacement: reflections on research and researchers’ positionality By Pia Riggirozzi (Professor of Global Politics in the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Southampton. Principal Investigator of ReGHID) I have worked on issues of inclusive development and governance for development for two decades. Most of my fieldwork has been in contexts […]

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Párrafos / Tweets del viaje de campo del equipo de FLACSO El Salvador a Tapachula, 15-19 de noviembre de 2021

1 February 2022 0

  Tweet 1 Del 15 al 19 de noviembre de 2021, el equipo de @FLACSOES realizó entrevistas y visitas en Tapachula, Chiapas, con prestadores de servicios de #SSR (sector salud), albergues, instituciones estatales y organizaciones internacionales respecto a la atención brindada a mujeres y adolescentes migrantes centroamericanas. Tweet 2 – Foto 1 El equipo de […]

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Photovoice with displaced Venezuelan women in Brazil: first thoughts on fieldwork activities

16 July 2021 0

By Tallulah Lines, University of York Arts-based methodologies are becoming increasingly popular within migration research, valued for their potential to traverse and transcend cultural, linguistic and academic borders; to facilitate more egalitarian research; and to provide richer and multi-layered data regarding the lived experiences of people on the move (O’Neill, 2011; Oliveira, 2019; Jeffery et […]

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Police brutally killed Victoria Salazar: how are feminists representing her death in a dignified way?

12 April 2021 0

  The police killed Victoria Salazar in Tulum, Mexico, on 27 March 2021, in a very brutal and very public way. Victoria, like many other Central American migrant and refugee women, fled her home country El Salvador precisely because of violence. This just adds to the tragic nature of her killing. The case has made […]

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The Quintana Roo sit-in represents a historic step towards legalisation of abortion in Mexico

2 April 2021 0

The Quintana Roo Feminist Network’s 94-day sit-in at the State Congress recently came to an end after legislators agreed to hold a vote on legalisation of abortion. Although that vote was lost, the decision will allow the movement to take the fight to the Supreme Court, which could have major ramifications for sexual and reproductive […]

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Protecting Migrants or Reversing Migration? COVID-19 and the risks of a protracted crisis in Latin America

21 September 2020 0

CONTEXT: MIGRANTS AFFECTED DISPROPORTIONATELY BY COVID-19 ACROSS LATIN AMERICA   Central and South American countries have experienced an unprecedented flow of refugees and migrants with an estimated 5 million Venezuelan refugees and migrants and half a million from El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras fleeing to neighbouring countries since 2015 (1,2). Forced migration in these countries is […]

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