We invited women involved with the FATIMA project to share their experiences of working with migrant women and their thoughts on how to better support them.
In this report, WONDER Foundation shares insights from the FATIMA project to further the conversation on the meaningful integration of migrant women.
Where is the data on migrant women in published research? We need more data on migrant women if we are going to make positive changes to their lives.
This June, walk or run to raise funds to support the empowerment and social integration of migrant and refugee women and girls.
With the FATIMA project having drawn to a close, we’d like to take a moment to reflect on our achievements.
When Olga found the FATIMA Project in Poland, she started to “feel human again”.
The Baytree Centre has been holding a number of workshops equipping women for the future, with IT skills sessions and weekly employment support.
When she emigrated to Slovenia from Venezuela, Maria Teresa did not know where to begin her new life. Thanks to FATIMA project, she now feels rooted and sees herself firmly in place in Ljubljana.
A meeting about FATIMA project between partner organisation Fundacja Panorama and project external examinator Sung Kyu in Wroclaw in Poland.
Meeting with Fundación Senara in Spain. Fundación Senara began its work in 1997. The word Senara comes from the Medieval Spanish word which means a parcel of land that is given by a generous landlord to the tenants for freely cultivating the plots (that is, free from the rules of serfdom). Thus, the word relates to a […]