The Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies (MIGS) is a Cyprus-based feminist NGO that conducts policy and action research in the areas relevant to women’s rights.
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MIGS contact: Anna Zobnina, Josie Christodoulou
Four experts participated in the project. The selection of texts itself was not a difficult task, mostly due to limited number of feminist literature in Cyprus.
The article presents a collection of interviews with a number of NGO’s in Cyprus with an attempt to visualize the emergence of alternative agenda’s and structures at the background of ethnically divided Cyprus.
Article | Cyprus English title: Women’s Constructions of Women: on Entering the Front Door Source: Journal of International Women’s Studies Keyword(s): constructions of women | otherhood | Cyprus Languages(s): English URL: https://www.bridgew.edu/ Manifest: view document Copyright: © Copyright Creative Commons License This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Summary: Despite […]
An report on the mapped existing data on trafficking of women for sexual exploitation in Cyprus.
The book presents the first systematic effort in examining women’s experiences in divided Cyprus.
Through interviews, action research and political analysis it exposes gender dynamics within the ethnic conflict on the island and its partition.
It portraits the struggle in times of crisis and focuses on the situation of women who lost their husbands, fathers, brothers, or other male kin protectors during the 1974 war.
The book presents a multi-sectoral analysis of the sex industry in Mediterranean states.