Category: Welcome

These briefing papers collect and present the findings of the research on intimate teenage violence carried out in the framework of the STIR project – Safeguarding Teenage Intimate Relationships. The research involved more than 4,000 young people aged 14-17 in the UK, Norway, Cyprus, Italy and Bulgaria. Intimate Teenage Violence is understood as violence in […]

Greek text follows The University of Nicosia, the Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies and the European Parliament Office in Cyprus invites you to the conference: “I thought I was applying as a caregiver”: Trafficking in Women for Labour Exploitation in Domestic Work. The aim of the conference is to initiate public dialogue on the issue […]

*Message in Greek follows MIGS together with the Cyprus Women’s Lobby invites you to March with them through the Old Town of Nicosia accompanied by female drummers as one billion women and men round the world RISE FOR REVOLUTION against violence against women. With events planned in 186 countries around the world on the same […]

Ο Οδηγός για την Πρόληψη της Έμφυλης Βίας στα Νέα Μέσα Επικοινωνίας είναι αποτέλεσμα εργαστηρίων για την πρόληψη της έμφυλης βίας που διεξάχθηκαν κατά τη διάρκεια της σχολικής χρονιάς 2013-2014, σε τέσσερις ευρωπαϊκές πόλεις (Μόντενα, Βίλνιους, Λευκωσία και Σιμπίου), με τη συμμετοχή περίπου 1.000 μαθητών και μαθητριών γυμνασίου και λυκείου, στο πλαίσιο του προγράμματος Log In, που […]

MIGS is proud to announce the publication of an Anthology of Project Results- Staying Safe Online, created in the framework of the project ‘Stay­ing Safe On-line: Gender and Safety on the Internet’ realized by three organizations – Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies from Cyprus, Fundacja Feminoteka from Poland and Gender Studies, o.p.s. from the Czech Republic. […]