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“New challenges for the mobility of haitian women to the dominican republic following the earthquake in haiti ” Bridget Wooding, Observatory caribbean migrants, cies unibe , FLACSO - RD. UNESCO PARIS, 5 May 2011. Introduction. Feminization of migrations

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“New challengesforthemobility of haitianwomentothedominicanrepublicfollowingtheearthquake in haiti”Bridget Wooding, Observatory caribbean migrants, ciesunibe, FLACSO - RD

UNESCO

PARIS, 5 May 2011

introduction
Introduction
  • Feminization of migrations
  • New Haitianmigrationtothe DR
  • Vulnerabilitytohumantrafficking and theillicitsmuggling of people
  • SGBV in thesending country
  • Difficulties of accesstojustice(Haiti and the DR)
  • Dificultiesonknowledge of rights(Haiti and the DR)
forced migration and haiti
forcedmigration and Haiti
  • Dictatorship of theDuvaliers
  • Response fromthe USA
  • Deportationsfromthe USA and the DR
  • Humantrafficking and illicitsmuggling of persons. Dominico haitianborder
new challenges after the earthquake
New challengesaftertheearthquaKE
  • Change in dominico haitianrelations
  • DifficultiespersistonHaitianimmigration in DR
  • Earthquakeshakes up traditionalbeliefs

DR now as “goodSamaritan”

Thereis no stampede of Haitians

Thereis a positive evaluation of theadvancesmadeoncombatingSGBV

  • Example of new situation: truck drivers onborder
the response of key actors international community
The response of keyactors: internationalcommunity
  • Synergiesacrosstheisland
  • Example: cluster/sub-clusterGBV/Protección
  • Dificulties of coordinationbecause of number of actors
  • New opportunities, forexampleborder
the response of key actors civil society
The response of keyactors: civil society
  • Proximitytoaffectedpopulation
  • Researchintooldphenomenawith a new look
  • Forexample, situation of Haitianchildrenmigrants
  • Situation of Haitianwomenmigrants
  • New opportunitiesforpolicyadvocacy
the respon se of the two governments and the two states
therespon se of thetwogovernments and thetwostates
  • More contact at thelevel of theMinistries, forexampletheWomensMinistryonbothsides of theborder
  • Summits (and role of the DR)
  • Reactivation of the Bilateral MixedCommission BMC
perspectives to reinforce follow up by insular civil society
Perspectivestoreinforcefollow up by insular civil society
  • Needtocontinuetomake more visible as a robust actor
  • Challenge of balancingeffortsonbothsides of theisland
  • Threatswitholdphenomenaaggravatedbyearthquake, especially as regardswomen, boy and girlmigrants
  • New opportunities as regardstheDominicanauthorities
  • Needtorenewpolicy dialogue in thisrelation.
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