Tag Archives: gender

From Budondo to the Lund University

When a person arrives from Africa to Scandinavia, the narrative of their arrival – migration, asylum-seeking and escape; humiliation, danger and life-threatening paths – is often full of soreness and humanitarian catastrophes, to say the least. This interview outlines a positive story on overcoming difficulties: The story of Denis is a success story. A success […]

The Importance of A Gender Lens in Analyzing the U.S. Protection System

Gender is oftentimes a focal point of asylum cases in the United States. The U.S. protection framework has been fairly progressive in its interpretation of the immutability and importance of gender in ascertaining those who need protection and why an individual may be persecuted or in need of protection. Immigration Courts, the Board of Immigration […]

Infantalising gender in anti-human trafficking policy: demand change

by Kathryn Baer and Caroline Parkes of The Trafficking Research Project In honor of the EU Anti-Trafficking Day, which is October 18th Included within the European Union Strategy towards the Eradication of Trafficking in Human Beings 2012-2016, announced in June of this year, are five priority areas, the second of which is: prevention of human trafficking including the […]