The SEREDA project examined the nature of SGBV experienced by forced migrants and mechanisms needed to improve protection and support from SGBV-related trauma. Between 2018-2021 in depth interviews were undertaken in the UK, Turkey, Tunisia, Sweden and Australia with 107 service providers and 168 survivors from the MENA and Sub-Saharan African regions.
Hosted by the IFRC protection, gender and inclusion team, the Forum is also linked to the IFRC’s Global Migration Task Force happening this week.
It also an early part of IFRC’s actions for the 16 days of activism against SGBV, which starts on November 25th, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
Look forward to seeing you there to learn about this research, and to hear your experiences of addressing SGBV issues in migration within the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement.