Implementing Institutions – MAP/FGM-C

The URJC is a public university located in Madrid Region, with 38.000 students and 5 campus. It has put the emphasis on providing interdisciplinary solutions to the problems of today.

The Gender Equality Observatory was set up in 2015 to promote gender mainstream in the university, research and teaching in gender studies, as well as innovative projects and networking. It also works for the visibility of women in the field of academy, sciences and research. It is the leader partner of MAP-FGM/C project.

CEI-IUL (Center for International Studies) is a university-based multidisciplinary research center of the University Institute of Lisbon (ISCTE-IUL).

CEI-IUL aims at promoting interdisciplinary research in Social Sciences, International Relations and Economy, focusing in its areas of geographic specialization:

Wassu-UAB Foundation is a scientific organization of international scope that works for the management and prevention of FGM/C through anthropological and medical research applied to knowledge transfer.

It hosts the Transnational Observatory of Applied Research to New Strategies for the Prevention of FGM/C  which integrates two research and training centres: in Spain, the Interdisciplinary Research Group for the Prevention and Study of Harmful Traditional Practices (IRGPS/HTP), and in The Gambia, the NGO Wassu Gambia Kafo.

The overall aim of RHEA Centre of Expertise Gender, Diversity and Intersectionality is to contribute to knowledge generation on gender, diversity and intersectionality, through scientific and interdisciplinary research and education.

RHEA is an interfaculty research group and is headed by Gily Coene (director) and Karen Celis (co-director).

RHEA offers a platform for researchers from various VUB departments and faculties, and also offers advice for policies regarding equal opportunities and diversity. 

Established in 1992, University of Roma3 is based in Roma, Italy.

The University has an enrolment of over 40,000 degree candidates, including undergraduate, graduate and professional students. With its 12 departments, 7 research centres, 7 libraries and 12 PhD Schools, the University is devoted to excellence in many disciplines in national and international teaching

“Fondazione Angelo Celli per una Cultura della Salute” (Angelo Celli Foundation for Health Culture) was founded in Perugia in 1987.

The main aim of Fondazione Celli (FC) is the study of knowledge, values, behavioural patterns and life styles concerning individual and public health.

The theoretical and methodology framework is medical anthropology.

Since 2014 is also recognized by the Ministry of Equal Opportunities as “Umbrian Center for the Study and Prevention of FGM”.

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