Feminist Forum on Migration and Displacement

30 November and 1 December 2024

Bangkok, Thailand

(Just ahead of the AWID Forum)

WIMN's inter-sectoral dialogues on Climate, Gender and Migration

Realities and Feminist Responses is the first of four inter-sectoral dialogues addressing the climate crisis, gender and migration.

This graphic summary is available in Arabic, English, French and Spanish

WIMN Members at the Global Forum on Migration & Development (GFMD)

WIMN members are joining civil society colleagues to elevate a call for rights-based migration oathways and regularization, and human rights for all in migration at this year’s GFMD.

No Borders to Equality - A Global Interactive Map

Check out organizations working at the intersection of gender and migration around the world.

WIMN Webinars: Climate Change: Migration, Displacement and Human Rights

In these in-depth webinars from 2023 and 2022, grassroots leaders share how climate change & extreme weather events impact women’s livelihoods–and how they respond. Watch the webinars and read the follow-up reports. 

Insights from the Intersectional Dialogues on Migration

This report provides an overview and inputs from the intersectional dialogues conducted by WIMN in 2021-2023 — drawing on the experiences and insights of women leaders from multiple sectors and regions around the world.

The report is available in English, Spanish & French.

Building a feminist migration policy to create a future of equity.

Women in Migration Network (WIMN) is an international network of organizations and individuals that elevates women in migration’s voices, intersectional experiences, and demands to influence and shape migration policy and feminist advocacy.

With a eleven-year track record of putting gender concerns on the global migration policy agenda, we are connecting issues like climate change, labor rights and economic justice to build a holistic, integrated, cross-sectoral analysis.

WIMN brings together women’s, migrant, and human rights organizations, as well as labor and faith-based groups working at national, regional, and global levels. We are catalyzing more powerful movements and building a more equitable future!

Thematic Work

WIMN is playing a key civil society role to help shape the new global architecture on global migration.

Lifting Women's Voices

Helping to lead the way for social change

Building Analysis

Bringing the experience of women in migration to collective social analysis.

Working Across Sectors

Connecting across diverse sectors, local to global, for policy change.

Promoting Intersectional Feminist Organizing

Reaching across silos, breaking down barriers, honoring intersecting identities.

Engaging in Policy Advocacy

Building movements, advancing rights-based policies and practices towards a feminist migration policy.

Heroes, Victims, or Slaves? Workers! A new report from GAATW

  Strengthening migrant and trafficked women’s rights to inclusive re/integration in Southeast Asia and Europe   GAATW, the Global Alliance Against Traffick in Women and a member of WIMN, has published a new report based on qualitative interviews with 329...

Protection of the labour and human rights of migrant workers

The UN Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Migrants, Felipe González Morales, shared his latest report, Protection of the Labour and Human Rights of Migrant Workers, in July. The report highlights the human rights challenges faced by migrant workers, analyzing...