The film ‘The pregnancy is ours’ currently being screened in ten rural communities in Mozambique.
A group of young men participated in a workshop about gender norms organized by HOPEM and shared their experiences about becoming a parent during the project.
The outcome was a 30 min. participatory action film about fatherhood. After the film was shown at several conferences and events, the film is now disseminated in Manhica and Marracuene district, in ten rural communities in Mozambique. The film is shown in public spaces, followed by debates about fatherhood. These dissemination events are supported by the French Embassy in Mozambique and implemented by HOPEM.
First China-Belgium Science and Technology Exchange Symposium
On the occasion of The First China-Belgium Science and Technology Exchange Symposium, a group of Chinese local government officials, senior hospital managers, heads of research institutions and business representatives visited Ghent, Brussels and Leuven to promote cooperation.
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...