The programme is out! New WEMov’s annual meeting will be held in Lisbon on 7-9 February 2023. Find out more in our programme HERE
Call for Participants in a 4-day training school organized by COST Action CA19112 Bosnia (6-9 June 2023) Travel and subsistence costs covered by COST Action CA19112. No participation fees. Location: Faculty of Economics, University of Tuzla Objectives of the training school The training school will strengthen the selected trainees’ competencies in research on women´s migration.… Lire la suite »WEMov’s 2nd training school in Bosnia
Hybrid course on Migration between Slovenia and France With a week’s visit in France On 20-25 November, 11 students from the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social sciences, MA programme in European studies, paid a visit to their classmates at the University of Picardie Jules Verne in Amiens. The visit was part of the co-teaching… Lire la suite »Co-teaching 2nd season!
Nicoleta Roman (Institute of History and New Europe College-Institute for Advanced Study) and WG3 leader was invited at an Institute of Historical Research London seminar on 5 November 2021, 5:30PM – 7:00PM This paper offers an insight into the role and agency of foreign governesses–particularly those from Germany and the Austro-Hungarian Empire, as well as,… Lire la suite »Nicoleta Roman « On the Routes of Knowledge, On the Routes of Change. Foreign Governesses and Educational Mobility in Mid-Nineteenth Century Romanian Principalities »
WG4 leader Sonia Ferreira invited WEMov’s Chair to present COST Action Women on the Move at the conference organized at the Paris City Hall on 18 October 2021. #ECOS is a transdisciplinary project that focuses on the memory of exile, desertion and resistance to the Portuguese colonial war. Funded by the Horizon Europe for Citizens… Lire la suite »ECOS Exiles, countering silence
The magnificent Sofia ethnographic museum hosted WEMov’s first in-person transcribathon and its exhibition. Spanning all WGs, WEMov met to dig out primary sources, landmarks, milestones and datasets. A magnificent exhibition of WEMov posters was also displayed, along with interview videos.
Women on the Move’s first training school Held in the magnificent Senate room of Université Paris Cité, WEMov’s first training school took place on 7-10 June 2022 and gathered Master’s and PhD students from over 20 different nationalities, all willing to learn more about women’s migration across Europe. On 7 June, after a welcome address… Lire la suite »Women on the Move’s first training school
Gender and Migration in Gulf – S Irudaya Rajan (editor) The migrant population makes up over 75 per cent of the total population of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman and Bahrain. Gulf being a resource-dependent state, the majority of male migrants are engaged in… Lire la suite »WEMov’s First Training School
WEMov has been invited by our stakeholder, the Centre de Documentation sur les Migrations Humaines (Dudelange, Luxembourg) to present its missions to reveal the presence and active participation of migrants women in the building of Europe.
Working Group 2 organizes a transcribathon, an event to which all WEMov COST Action participants are cordially invited. WG2 co-leader, Bénédicte Miyamoto, who has ample experience with the Register of Migrant Women Landmarks, kindly offered to host the transcribathon. The event will take place online on 11 March between 10 am and 1 pm CET.… Lire la suite »WG2 Transcribathon