High-Level Event on
Protection and Empowerment of Displaced Women and Girls from Central America and Mexico
December 7, 2021
The Event on Protection and Empowerment of Forcibly Displaced Women and Girls in Northern Central America and Mexico was developed to defend the human rights of women and girls in vulnerable situations in the region and promote their access to solutions through gender inclusion in communities.
Canada, as Chair of the MIRPS Support Platform; and Honduras, as MIRPS Pro-Tempore Chair, hosted the high-level event.
Give visibility to forced displacement in Central America and Mexico, particularly the complex situation of women and girls.
Show how MIRPS countries work and are committed to ensuring protection and solutions for women and girls who are displaced or at risk of displacement.
Mobilize the international community to broaden the support base for these regional efforts in line with the commitments made by the MIRPS countries.
The Event on Social Media: Featured Content
As Chair of MIRPS, today I announced on behalf of @HarjitSajjan, a new project where 🇨🇦 will work with the IOM and the @UNHCRCanada to assist women and girls affected by irregular migration and forced displacement in Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador: https://t.co/OurUQFf3Od pic.twitter.com/Y8EJ8MWZOH— Sean Fraser (@SeanFraserMP) December 7, 2021
Esta semana Canadá 🇨🇦, presidencia #MIRPS, organizó un evento sobre protección y empoderamiento de mujeres y niñas en México y Centroamérica— ACNUR España (@ACNURspain) December 11, 2021
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👉 https://t.co/FZf1SXG8tZ@EmbEspCanada @UNHCRCanada @AcnurMexico @ACNURamericas @GillianTriggs
"Desde @OEA_Inclusion, junto con @ACNURamericas, como Secretaría Técnica del #MIRPS, apoyamos a los países #MIRPS en la incorporación de una perspectiva de #DDHH y de género con enfoque diferenciado en sus políticas para responder al desplazamiento forzado." @PlataMcp. pic.twitter.com/wMBRSHft1K— OEA – Inclusión (@OEA_Inclusion) December 7, 2021
Carolina’s sharing her experience & the great work being done by La Alianza with women & children in 🇬🇹, including victims of human trafficking & sexual exploitation, in today’s high-level meeting organized by 🇨🇦 Listen to her story: https://t.co/pGYh5yqbvA #MIRPS @CanadaDev pic.twitter.com/jcT1xe0Rmt— Rema Jamous Imseis (@JamousRema) December 7, 2021