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Rethinking Migration – THE AZADI TO COEXIST

Published on September 20, 2023


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November 3, 2023 12:00 am (IST)

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  • Winner of the Atlantic Council’s 2020 Distinguished Leadership Awards, The Azadi Project provides leadership skills and psychosocial support to women from some of the world’s most conflict-affected regions and marginalized communities in Africa, the Middle East, and South Asia. Azadi has impacted the lives of more than 5,500 migrant women and its programs have benefited displaced women from Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Myanmar, Niger, Syria, Ukraine, and Yemen. Azadi’s program participants emerge as women leaders bringing positive change in their communities as well. Azadi is backed by advisors including experts with extensive knowledge of refugee rights, women’s rights, and mental health issue
  • The two-day event will address the pressing concerns related to forced migration globally with an emphasis on the region of South Asia and the Indian subcontinent. Forced migration is when individuals are compelled to leave their homes due to conflict, persecution, or other forms of violence. It disrupts lives, separates families, and exposes people, especially women and children to immense risks. We want to raise awareness, advocate for the rights of forcibly displaced people, and work towards creating safe and inclusive environments where individuals can rebuild their lives with dignity and security.

Dates: November 3 and 4, 2023

To Register or Donate Kindly visit : https://charidy.com/1694150990803192393


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