News & Events
AkiDwA Graduation Ceremony
AkiDwa is hosting a special graduation ceremony for a cohort of women seeking asylum in Ireland, who have been undertaking capacity-building training with AkiDwA over the past few months. The capacity-building training itself has involved a group of thirty-four women who are residing in four Emergency Accommodation Centres in Dublin.12/04/2023
Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies: attending NGO CSW67 events
Our colleagues from the Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies, Susana Elisa Pavlou (Director) and Christina Kaili (Senior Researcher - Project Coordinator) participated as panellists at two events of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) organised by the American University of Beirut, the Asfari Institute and the Debs Center, New York Office.12/04/2023
LESSAN's: role-playing game for stopping GBV & advocacy meetings
The project "Men Standing-up for Gender Equality - Amplifying Change" has reached the next phase and taken two important steps in the fight against gender-based violence and FGM/C. Together with the project partners Femme Entraide et Autonomie in Paris and Himilo in Amsterdam, Lessan e.V. in Hamburg has developed a role-playing game.12/04/2023
Les Orchidées Rouges: inauguration of a new medical centre & awareness-raising events
With the occasion of the International Day of Zero Tolerance for FGM, Les Orchidées Rouges inaugurated their new medico-psychosocial institute in the Lyon metropolitan area, which is the first socio-therapeutic support structure for women and girls threatened or survivors of excision and/or forced marriage in that region of France.
Brussels Screening: The Cut: Exploring FGM
JOIN US June 5th for an unmissable screening of the Peabody Awards wining documentary 'The Cut: Exploring FGM' followed by a Q&A session with documentary correspondent Fatma M Naib.09/05/2018
The European Development Days 2018: Building Bridges between regions and people to end Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
End FGM EU & GIZ will share a panel session at this years European Development Days on 'Building Bridges between regions and people to end FGM'.07/12/2017
Report: The European Forum to Build Bridges on FGM
The European Forum to Build Bridges on FGM2 was held on 28 November in Brussels by the End FGM European Network (End FGM EU) in cooperation with the European Commission, and with the support of the Human Dignity Foundation and the Wallace Global Fund.04/12/2017
Screening: The Cut: Exploring FGM
Fatma Naib, who goes on a personal journey - from Somaliland to Kenya to Sweden – to explore the traditions and controversies inherent to Female Genital Mutilation.
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The End FGM European Network (End FGM EU) is a European umbrella network of 35 organisations working to ensure sustainable European action to end Female Genital Mutilation.
The Network strives to build bridges and cooperation’s with all relevant actors in the field of FGM both in Europe and globally. Platforming community voices to influence European governments and policy makers to work towards the elimination of FGM.
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