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#MMN meetup: Women and Migration

The Migrant Media Network is hosting a meetup on the 24. November 2021 from 18-20hrs, CET that focuses on the experiences of African diaspora communities in Germany. 

This meetup will focus on women and migration, specifically on how to create safe spaces for migrant women. The meetup will take place at the r0g_agency office, Knobelsdorffstr.22, in Berlin-Charlottenburg. 

The event will feature talks by Jennifer Kamau, co-founder of International Women* Space and Isatou Barry, an activist fighting against the practice of Female Genital Mutilation. 

To join us, please send us an email at info@migrantmedia.network or message us via Instagram or FB. Registration is open until Monday, November 15th. The meetup is open to anyone interested in the topic; you do not need to be a member of a diaspora community to attend. 

2G rules will apply: you must either be fully vaccinated against covid-19 or have proof of recovery to attend. 

We look forward to meeting you!

Event Link : https://migrantmedia.network/event/creating-safe-spaces-for-migrant-women/

Events

#MMN Stammtisch Migration Context

 

 

 

 

On 16th November 2021,  Korsah Emmanuel and  Steve, #MMN Diaspora Mentor  visited the Our ladies of Mount Camel senior high school which is located in the Techiman town on Tuesday evening exactly 4:30pm. They had a discussion with the students by given them reliable information on migration context and irregular migration especially the consequences and risks involved by showing practical examples. We later enlightened them on how to plan before traveling and making relevant decisions before traveling. Questions and answers were thrown to our Diaspora Mentor Steve and he gave them accurate and understanding answers. We also interacted with them on the topic human trafficking and cause of it.

 

#MMN Diaspora Moderated Workshop with Local Coordinator

 

 

 

On the 16th of November, 2021,  Korsah Emmanuel and Diaspora Mentor Steve visited the Techiman Senior High school which is located in the Techiman on exactly 7:30am in the morning before the Junior high school pupils started their (BECE). They had a fruitful discussion with the student by given them reliable information on migration context and irregular migration especially the consequences of it. We later enlightened them on how to plan before traveling and making relevant decisions before traveling. Questions and answers were thrown to my mentor Steve and he gave them accurate and understanding answers

Diaspora_Youth Leaders Stammtisch_LRR

Diaspora Mentor Seedy Saidykhna will introduce the #MMN initiative, together with the #MMN Lower River Region Local Coordinator Serrey Sanned, to youth leaders in order to sensitize the youths on difficulties and challenges on irregular migration, human trafficking smuggling and equally safe migration plans. He wants to increase awareness on the available skills and resources in the country which one can effectively make best use of without embarking on these deadlier journey.

The target group are youth leaders and returnees from the region.

88.8FM Diaspora Mentor_Radio Program_LRR

Seedy Saidykhan, a Gambian living in German who was trained during the #MMN Diaspora ToT in August 2021 will talk on Soma community radio 88.8FM, together with the #MMN Lower River Region Local Coordinator Serrey Sanned, to the people of teh Lower River Region about his experinces as migrant, migration issues and challanges of irregular migration. Tune in.

CREATING SAFE SPACES FOR MIGRANT WOMEN

#MMN meetup: Women and Migration

CREATING SAFE SPACES FOR MIGRANT WOMEN

date: 24. November 2021

time: 18-20hrs, CET

location: r0g_agency office, Knobelsdorffstr.22, Berlin
online: streamed live via facebook
Registration : until Monday, November 15th
info@migrantmedia.network or message us via Instagram or FB
The Migrant Media Network is hosting a meetup on the experiences of African diaspora communities in Germany. This meetup will focus on women and migration, specifically on how to create safe spaces for migrant women.
The event will feature talks by Jennifer Kamao, co-founder of International Women Space and Isatou Barry, an activist fighting against the practice of Female Genital Mutilation.
To join us, please send us an email at info@migrantmedia.network or message us via Instagram or FB. Registration is open until Monday, November 15th. The meetup is open to anyone interested in the topic; you do not need to be a member of a diaspora community to attend.
2G rules will apply: you must either be fully vaccinated against covid-19 or have proof of recovery to attend.
We look forward to meeting you!

Stammtisch In the Aworowa Community

 

 

On the 9th October, 2021, Emmanuel embark on an outreach with a congregation of women group in the Aworowa community-techiman Bono-East Region. The women group meets every Saturday morning at a usual place of a member residence to discuss about their various activities they undertake in the Aworowa community.  Emmanuel took them through #MMN , Migrantchoices 6 #Smartmigration most importantly shared with them the topics of planning before u pack, migration decisions and human trafficking. Highlighting the  consequences & risk involved in irregular migration.

 

 

 

Community outreach at Traa zongo community

 

 

 

 

 

Emmanuel the Bono East regional coordinator met with his participants from the Traa zongo community to discuss and evaluate the activities of MMN and the impact it has brought to them in couple of Stammtisch and outreaches hosted with them.

Online Outreach by Evans #MMN Diaspora Mentor

Evans organised a virtual outreach with graduates and tertiary students on the  “Theme: Accessing scholarships for further studies in Germany”.  In his presentation he took the time to explain how to gain admission into a university and how to meet the requirements for each application phase. the team Theme: Accessing scholarships for further studies in Germany.

Online Event on Incubators & accelerators for entrepreneurial youth in Ghana

 

 

 

 

Ernest our Diaspora Mentor host a facebook live on the 30th of October on the Topic: Incubators & accelerators for entrepreneurial youth in Ghana

Outreach on Positive Alternatives to Migration

 

 

During an Outreach on positive alternatives to migration in the region Sabina Abuga the Local Corrdinatoe for the Central Region Organised a Skills training session with Mr. Ekow and Miss Monica  for the youth of the Abaka Community at Abura Asebu Kwamankese District. They were taught briefly on how to make bread and water cake.

A High daily consumable product in the Region.

 

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