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Civil Society Forum on Migration and Development : A Recap of our Participation in the Civil Society Forum on Migration and Development

By December 9, 2023No Comments

We are excited to share our recent involvement in the Civil Society Forum on Migration and Development, organized by CSOnetMADE on the 4th and 5th of December. The forum delved into the theme, “Uncharted Territory: Exploring the opportunities and challenges of internal Migration in Nigeria – advancing Partnership Solutions.”

Key Highlights:

  • Capacity Building: Participants engaged in enriching discussions, benefitting  from the Knowledge shared. The sessions provided valuable insights into  the unique opportunities and challenges that this phenomenon presents in the Nigeria context. 
  • Meaningful Representation: Centre For Women Studies and Intervention, played an integral role in the discussions, representing our interest to addressing the complexities of internal migration.
  • Exploring Opportunities: The forum provided a platform to uncover the untapped potential within internal migration, highlighting the numerous opportunities it presents for individuals and communities.
  • Challenges Addressed: We actively engaged in conversations surrounding the challenges associated with internal migration, contributing to the collective effort in finding sustainable solutions.
  • Partnership Advocacy: The theme emphasized advancing partnership solutions, aligning with our belief in the power of collaboration. We actively advocated for partnerships to navigate the uncharted territory effectively.

What’s Next?

We hope to  leverage the insights gained from this forum to drive impactful initiatives. According to research, Women face more challenges in accessing employment and training opportunities, as well as health care services, often  following abuses  and exploitation during their migration journey. We are canvassing for initiatives that will Foster the integration of women into their new environment. further more, the rights of migrants, especially women should be protected. 

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