Canada is developing its feminist international assistance policy

Publié Avatar Jasmin Lilian Diab , Author and Researcher

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Jasmin Lilian Diab
Inscrit le 21 juillet 2017
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Interesting enough, Canada has shocked the international community once more, viewing its development interests and its very notion and understanding of “development” from an entirely new angle.“Focusing Canada’s international assistance on the full empowerment of women and girls is the most effective way for our international assistance to make a difference in the world. Sustainable development, peace and growth that works for everyone are not possible unless women and girls are valued and empo...


After in depth interviews and discussions with trainers in 2001, Women for Women International (WfWI) national chapters developed pilot programs in countries like Nigeria and the Democratic Republic of the Congo with the aim of “training” men. The target of this training was clear: develop a space for men where they too can explore gender, masculinity, and grasp the advantages this yields upon families and their respective communities when women are empowered. With the support of organizations l...


One of the most critical issues within the field of Migration Studies today remains the delicate status of undocumented immigrants. In turn, immigration legislative proposals are currently at the center of heated debates on political, social, and economic levels – these debates often hindering the more important issue at hand which is the needs of undocumented victims of abuse.Undocumented women who are victims of any form of abuse, be it physical, emotional, sexual or verbal abuse committed by...


Why We Need Gender in International Migration Theory

Publié Avatar Jasmin Lilian Diab , Author and Researcher

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Jasmin Lilian Diab
Inscrit le 21 juillet 2017
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Despite the fact that understanding gender is crucial in the migration context, it has been witnessed across literature, theory and discipline, that this highly fundamental factor has been overlooked. The reality of the matter is that throughout the emerging study of the field of migration as well as the theory underlying it, scholars and experts have traditionally focused upon the reasons for international migration and movement of people across borders, rather than upon questions of who migrat...


  • Jasmin Lilian Diab

    Ms. Diab holds a B.A. in International Affairs and Diplomacy, an M.A. in International Law and a Master of Advanced Study in Democracy and Human Rights. She is currently PhD Candidate at the esteemed Centre d'Etudes Diplomatiques et Stratégiques (INSEEC U.) in Paris. She is a researcher, author, manager and consultant in International Law and Relations, Migration, Gender and Human Rights.


    Inscrit le 21 juillet 2017


    Age 26 • 4 Articles


    Lebanese Research Center for Migration and Diaspora Studies, Notre Dame University-Louaize, Lebanon