The final comparative report of the Disrupt Demand project ( was published in January 2019 by our partners, the Immigrant Council of Ireland.

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Seminar Invitation

Trafficking in women for sexual exploitation:
The mental effects on the victims

Wednesday May 9th
8:30 – 13:00
UNESCO amphitheatre – University of Nicosia

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*Ακολουθεί Ελληνικό κείμενο*

Play It for Change is a new project under the European Commission’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme. Six European countries (Cyprus, Spain, Croatia, Greece, Poland and Slovenia) will take part in this project which will run over a period of 2 years (Jan 2018 – Dec 2019). Read more →

MIGS is partner to a new project entitled Governance and the local integration of migrants and Europe’s refugees or GLIMER, for short. Our research efforts in this project are to help European cities and regions which are experiencing population decline, skill shortages and community fragmentation to better incorporate displaced migrants and refugees in ways that are sustainable and mutually beneficial. Read more →


Call for Applicants – She Experts Initiative


  • Are you an expert in your professional field?
  • Are you interested in gaining increased exposure and promoting your expertise?
  • Would you like to be trained in skills that will help you progress professionally?

The Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies (MIGS) has already launched the She Experts Initiative, and having accepted and successfully trained an inaugural group of women experts, is now accepting applications for a second round. We are looking for women living and/or working in Cyprus with proven expertise in diverse areas to participate in the Initiative.

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