Once again, the traditional MARRI Friends Meeting had to be canceled, due to ongoing Covid19 pandemic. To preserve the tradition and keep you informed, MARRI Regional Centre presented the annual results and future plans of MARRI in the MARRI Diplomatic Briefing Brochure.
Deep gratitude to the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany for the generous and continuous support to MARRI over the years.
Highlights of the strategic partnership between German government and MARRI, the joint achievements in strengthening the human resource and institutional capacities of the Initiative and the benefits of this long and fruitful collaboration for the MARRI region in dealing with the issues of migration.
As COVID-19 continues to devastate around the world, we at the MARRI Regional Centre continue to alter its modus operandi to find a way to fulfil its mandate despite the drawbacks caused by the preventive restrictions.
Power relations, gender norms and unequal rights shape the migration choices and experiences of women and men. Gender therefore needs to be considered in all aspects when it comes to migration and forced displacement.
To shed some light on the topic, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) Network on Migration and Gender called for contributions of articles and resources to be published in the online dossier on migration and gender.
On behalf of MARRI RC, Dr. Ankica Tomic and Ms. Milica Trpevska contributed the article Gender Mainstreaming in Migration.