Redressing Gendered Health Inequalities of Displaced Women and Girls

University of Southampton

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ReGHID General Project Meeting – September 2021

ReGHID’s general project meeting took place virtually on 9th September 2021. Our international partners from the UK, Brazil, Colombia and Central America showcased the positive progress that had been made across the board. We were pleased to welcome two new partners to the project: FLACSO El Salvador and the CHIMUMI Foundation of Tapachula, Mexico, and […]

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

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

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

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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