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Reseau des Femmes Immigrées et d’origines étrangères

Brussels, Belgium
Joined February 2016
Presence in: Belgium
Focus: Citizenship, Economic Empowerment, Education, Family, Gender-based violence, Health, Labor & Employment, Peace-building

The « European Network of Migrant Women and of Migrant Origin » has the assignment to bring to an achievement the respect of migrant women’s rights in the everyday life. To that end, women, drawing their inspiration from the research made by the workgroup « SRHR Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights » of the Commission on Women and Development (Consultative body of the Belgian Minister for Development Cooperation) wanted to remind that a certain number of particularly important juridical instruments already appear in the preamble. An overview of all the instruments that have been listed until now can be found at the end of the founding text.
Furthermore, the Network takes stock of the situation of immigrant women, among other in a matter of economical rights (access to employment, etc.), social rights (access to housing, to social care, etc.), political rights, cultural rights. It also strives to improve the knowledge and skills of immigrant and foreign-origin women, by permanently exchanging information with other women networks.

People Associated With This Organization

Modi NTAMBWE

Belgium  
Reseau des Femmes Immigrées et...
Joined February 2016
Interests: Access to Information, Citizenship, Community / Customary Land Rights, Corruption, Criminal Justice, Economic Empowerment, Education, Environmental Justice, Family, Gender-based violence, Governance, Housing & Sanitation, Labor & Employment, Land & Natural Resources
Mrs. Modi NTAMBWE,
Holds a Bachelors in Law Sciences
Project coordinator for SHARE Forum des migrant project,
Chair of RVDAGE-SVAV Federation of African Associations of Flanders,
Chair t of the ReFI –oe (Migrant Women Network in Belgium)
Board member of the CCAEB ONG-FED and coordinator for the advocacy group within ENPAD( European Network for People of African Descent)
A convinced community activist, of Human Rights and Women Right and freedom of living and expression. Specialized in African Women empowerment and development issues
She is also co-hosting on 1 show on Radio Campus (Africana show)
Passionate about culture and diversity she’s working on developing and itinerant Art Gallery named ‘ArtDéCycles’
Modi NTAMBWE is the network champion (main point of contact) for Reseau des Femmes Immigrées et d’origines étrangères.

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