Save the date! Closing seminar INHeRE (2019-2021)
The INHeRE-consortium is thrilled to invite you to the project's virtual closing seminar, titled ‘Enhancing capacities in professionals on sexual violence in migrants and refugees’ on the 4th of October.
Beyond the tip of the iceberg: sexual violence in Belgium
The first representative gender and age-sensitive study on sexual violence in Belgium – UN-MENAMAIS, Understanding the Mechanisms, Nature, Magnitude and Impact of Sexual Violence in Belgium – shows that sexual violence is widespread in Belgium. Researchers from Ghent University, the...
SRHR e-tutorial ‘Body & rights’ updated
Two years ago, together with the Belgian Directorate General Development Cooperation (DGD) and other stakeholders, ICRH Belgium developed an e-tutorial on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) called ‘Body & rights’. This tutorial has been updated and is now...
Seminar: ‘Beyond the tip of the iceberg’ Sexual violence in Belgium 17th of June 2021
UN-MENAMAIS: Understanding Mechanisms, Nature, Magnitude and Impact of Sexual Violence in Belgium
Marleen Temmerman's fight for women's rights - Ghent University Magazine interview
Ghent University Magazine interviewed Marleen Temmerman - founding mother and chair of ICRH Global - and wrote an eye-opening piece about her fight for women’s rights, her work in Kenya and the challenges she faces during the corona crisis.
Formation sur la violence sexuelle pour prestataires de soin de santé dans les hôpitaux Belges
ANSER publication announcement: 'Five years of global academic collaboration building evidence for sexual and reproductive health and rights policies'
We have the pleasure to announce that it is finally here! The ANSER publication 'Five years of global academic collaboration building evidence for sexual and reproductive health and rights policies' is out.
Webinar: The multiple jeopardy of gender-based violence, migration and COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed how the intersection of multiple forms of discrimination and inequalities - in gender, class, geography, ethnicity, race and citizenship status - have devastating impacts on migrants health.