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UNHCR Gender Equality
@refugee_gender - 28/01/2011
Internally displaced woman (Medellin, Colombia): "We are here to record our questions, our dreams and desperation".
@refugee_gender - 27/01/2011
Second Dialogues on Women and Girls http://itbeginswithme.wordpress.com/2011/01/27/second-round-of-dialogues-started-in-medellin-colombia/
Internally displaced man in Medellin, Colombia: "When my wife goes to seek support, they give her papers. But those we cannot eat..."
@refugee_gender - 26/01/2011
Training on the dialogues' methodology: respect and confidentiality are the key to reciprocal research with vulnerable communities.
@refugee_gender - 25/01/2011
Briefing by the UNHCR office in Bogota: violence and insecurity are part of displaced women's daily lives.
@refugee_gender - 24/01/2011
Just arrived in Bogota and getting ready for the second Dialogue with internally displaced women and men in Colombia!
@refugee_gender - 24/11/2010
Regional Dialogues (India): W/out documentation, we cannot rent, get medical care, education, help from the police http://twitpic.com/39ps48
Refugee men in India (Regional Dialogues): "I feel hopeless and powerless. I cannot even protect my wife and kids" http://twitpic.com/39poyj
Refugee Dialogues (India):"My daughter asks why don't we have a nice home? But w/out papers, money we are nothing. http://twitpic.com/39pi7d
Afghan deaf girl (India, Regional Dialogues): "Outside it is too dangerous. I hear nothing. Nowhere to go. No help http://twitpic.com/39pefn