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Returnees sharing their ideas and experience on irregular migration. Focused On migration and dangers associated with irregular migration. Both the returnees and members of the community will be well informed on irregular migration especially on risk and dangers involved
Target Group: Youths- Returnees /deportees and members of the Community
Introducig MMN to the youth groups which are the most vulnerable and to the dangers and effects of migration, in order to ensure that irregular migration is drastically reduced if not eradicated. As well as discussing the idea of proper decision making on migration.
Target audience: Youth groups
Discussing the dangers associated with irregular migration with youth groups, women, returnees, community elders.
Discuss on the impact of Human Smuggling with group discussion and Sharing stories.
Talking about the negative impact of human smuggling. The target group were youth groups, women, returnees and community elders.
The aim was to ensure having a clear dialogue on the importance of safe migration. The engagement was very interactive and successful as it was embraced by the community members hence the topic of discussion (migration) was a concerned and is a burning issue affecting the life of young people. more details will be captured in the report and equally the feedback
Gambia School workshop with twenty participants from Pakalinding Upper Basic School. Among others teachers and students joined the workshop on the 28th of May 2021. Topic was on How to PLAN BEFORE YOU PACK and make informed decisions before traveling. The event was held at the school campus in Pakalinding, Jarra West District Lower Region.
Isatou K Jallow the Local Coordinator for the #MMN in the Upper River Region conducted a Stammisch on the 27th May, 2021 in Kaba Kama in the Fulladu District. Twenty people from the Suwancy Youth Group were attending. The topic discussed was #smartmigration and how to have better ideas before planning to migrate.
This was the 1. #MMN Stammtisch by Lamin Sanneh, Local Coordinator for the East District West Coast Region. After introducing the #MMN project the main topic was – Plan before you pack.
r0g_agency Migrant Media Network initiative
In this session, we revisited a topic we came across while running the migrant media network project: a discussion about migration, technology, border control, and migration and technology in general. Due to the perceived or real increase in complexity of migration, governments are increasingly turning to emerge technologies for solutions.
These technologies come with promises of effectiveness, efficiency, fairness, and protection. The questions, however, that need to be asked are:
- Can technology be neutral?
- Does it impact people from different backgrounds equally?
- How do fairness and protection work in a society marked by great inequality?
Sustainable, positive alternatives to regular migration
Tiziano & Don Mattia Ferrari – Mediterranea Saving Humans
Peter Narh – Researcher, Lecturer University of Ghana Legon
Rhoda Wedam – Song- Ba Empowerment Center Ghana
Linda Bonyo – CEO | Lawyers Hub (Tech for Justice) & Africa Law Tech