SOS Africaines en Danger
was born from a support group offered to many circumcised patients and asylum seekers. It aims to contribute to the effective application of human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration and undertakes the abandonment of excision and forced marriages in Africa.
The African women in danger are the little girls of this first generation of African women who fled the crimes suffered in France and who fear, while waiting for refugee status and obtaining family reunification, to see their daughter circumcised and married in the village. child.
SOS Africans in Danger! sets up various discussion groups and workshops to facilitate the integration and integration of women and girl victims in the process of seeking asylum.
Local cells and a network against excision and the forced marriage enable thus to support victims towards resilience in their suffering.
+ Monthly meetings and discussions on the themes of female circumcision, reparation and forced marriages ;
+ Introductory theater sessions with a view to explaining the suffering of women and the abuse they have
+ Workshops ofcomputer training and internet;
+ Participation inforumsto provide testimonials to journalists and health professionals, in France and at abroad;
+ Etablishing of projects in France and Africa supporting actors in the fight against excision;
+ Organization of events to obtain funds;
+ Participation in documents et events:
manifest for the "international day of the girl 2018"
walking November 22 in Paris against sexist and sexual violence
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