Redressing Gendered Health Inequalities of Displaced Women and Girls

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REGHID Research Activities In The Spotlight In Central America

OIM Honduras is currently showcasing REGHID research activities in Central America. This collaboration between ReGHID at the University of Southampton and IOM – UN MIGRATION  OIM Honduras is leading a study based on qualitative and quantitative analysis based on the implementation of a new survey on needs and barriers related to sexual and reproductive health of displaced women […]

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REGHID Central American Survey – Survey Implementation started

The first 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 and reproductive health of women who are […]

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ReGHID Team To Participate In ACUNS Annual Meeting

The  ACUNS – Academic Council of the United Nations- Annual meeting is a hybrid event that will take place both online and in person in Geneva, Switzerland between 23-25 June 2022. Our team will be presenting as the ‘Gendered Health Inequalities of Displaced Women and Girls in Latin America’ panel. The panel is based on […]

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REGHID survey in Central America training sessions

The REGHID project, which is led by the University of Southampton in collaboration with the International Organization for Migration (IOM), have conducted a 7-day training session (from 23rd to 31st May) to facilitate the implementation of a survey in Honduras (San Pedro Sula) and El Salvador (San Salvador). The aim of the survey is to collect […]

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ReGHID team presents preliminary findings to stakeholders at the ILMD Fiocruz Amazônia Institute in Brazil

OIM Honduras is currently showcasing REGHID research activities in Central America. This collaboration between ReGHID at the University of Southampton and IOM – UN MIGRATION  OIM Honduras is leading a study based on qualitative and quantitative analysis based on the implementation of a new survey on needs and barriers related to sexual and reproductive health of displaced women […]

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An Invitation To Join Us At The ‘Venezuela, Dispersed’ Conference

Our ReGHID research fellow Tallullah Lines will present the paper ‘Narrativas visuales de la migración y la salud sexual y reproductiva: luchas de género por el amor, la fe y la supervivencia’ during the ‘Health’ Panel segment at 3.30-5pm UK time on Wednesday 11th May 2022 and it will all be in Spanish language. Tallullah’s […]

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Our ReGHID Co-Investigator Presents At International Conference

Mónica Linares, researcher of FLACSO EL SALVADOR, recently took part in the conference ‘Strategies and methodological instruments to promote national plans for harmonising and gender equality’ organised by the Confederation of Cooperatives of the Caribbean, Central and South America and the Regional Council for Gender Equality, http://ccc-ca.com. The conference took place on  25 & 26 […]

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Launch Of Photography Exhibition Showcasing Pictures Taken During ReGHID Fieldwork Activities

We are proud to invite you to join us for the launch of the online photo exhibition  entitled “Transnational migration and Covid19 in Latin America” which will take place via Zoom on Friday 11th February 4:00-5:30pm UK time. A competition to submit photos for the exhibit was run from May-June 2020 with the support of the […]

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Our Photovoice Activities And Photos Have Been Showcased On The ‘Narrativas Visuales’ Webpage

The photographs were taken  between June and October 2021 and showcase some of the indigenous (Warao) and non-indigenous women and adolescent girls who had migrated from Venezuela and were residing in Manaus Brazil, at the time the photographs were taken.  As part of a decolonising process, participatory methodologies like photovoice provide evidence of how the […]

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IGDC Covid-19 Webinar Series

Migrants and Refugees Facing COVID-19: UK and Global Concerns Join members of the team at the Interdisciplinary Global Development Centre (IGDC) for the next instalment of their COVID-19 Webinar Series on Wednesday 11 November 2020 from 1600 to 1730 hrs (UK time). The event will be chaired by Dr Sara de Jong of the Department of Politics […]

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