Renouveau TV made a report on the theater tour organized by Donkosira and SlaFMig in Kita and Mambiri, and interviewed some of its organizers. See the report here.
For two days, Kayes hosted the Awareness Forum against slavery and for peace, following the advocacy training organized in Bamako. The Forum brought together various participants, and Renouveau TV made a report on this Forum, and interviews with the organizing members of Donkosira. See the report in French or in Bambara.
From July 31 to August 1 2021, the SlaFMig advocacy workshop against descent-based slavery was held in Kayes, Mali. Organised by the Donkosira Association in partnership with the University of Bamako (FSJPB), it brought together various important actors in the fight against descent-based slavery, such as the president of the civil society of Kayes, the representative of the traditional chieftaincy
In August 2021, during a visit to Mali, Marie Rodet and Marie-Christine Deleigne visited the village of Mambiri, where a socio-economic survey of the situation of the displaced people and the people hosting them is currently being conducted. Mambiri, a village located about 80 km north of Kita in Western Mali, has hosted more than 1,500 displaced people fleeing the
We introduce you to the interns and research fellows associated with the project who did a tremendous amount of work behind the scenes: Nolwenn Marie Marconnet, Aline Desdevises and Leah Durst Lee. They present here what they have learned and retained from the project for their future careers, now that they are leaving us and moving on to new jobs.
The research action programme “Slavery and Forced Migration in Mali (EMIFO)”. Training workshop for administrative and judicial authorities. The Faculty of Public Law (FDPu) of the University of Legal and Political Sciences of Bamako hosted from 28 June to 3 July 2021, the launch of a training workshop for administrative and judicial authorities within the framework of the EMIFO programme’s
The coordinators of the Research Action Programme “Slavery and Forced Migration in Kayes” award a certificate of recognition to the CNDH (National Commission for Human Rights in Mali). The coordinators of the Action-Research Programme “Slavery and Forced Migration in Kayes” from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London, the Laboratoire d’Etudes et de Recherches en Droit, Decentralisation
Since 2018, at least 3,000 people have been displaced due to slavery-related violence in the Kayes region of Mali. But to receive the help victims deserve, a better count of how many people have been displaced is needed. This will help activists, researchers and policymakers to develop durable solutions for those in need. However it is difficult to get a
Cher.e.s lecteur.rice.s, Nous vous présentons ici notre quatrième bulletin d’information, avec un autre éventail bien rempli d’activités et de nouvelles. Une étape importante de notre projet a été la formation sur l’esclavage fondé sur l’ascendance pour le personnel judiciaire et administratif dans l’Ouest du Mali, qui a eu lieu à Bamako du 28 juin au 2 juillet 2021.La formation a
Take a look at the photo gallery by clicking on the picture, and get an idea of the studious but very pleasant atmosphere.