In view of the coronavirus situation (COVID-19) and the announcement by the Belgian Government of additional measures to contain the pandemic, GAMS Belgium must cancel or postpone its workshops, events and non-urgent appointments.
All group workshops will be cancelled until the end of March:
The monthly meeting in Ans (Wallonia) on 26 March
The monthly meeting in Brussels and Namur on 27 March
The youth group
The men's group
The Storytelling workshop in March will be postponed.
Psychological and social appointments
Initial reception, social ...
In the framework of the ACCESS European project, GAMS Belgium organises a new free, accessible and multidisciplinary capacity building training module for front-line professionals to improve access to support and care for migrant women in Belgium who were confronted to gender-based violence.
To enable key professionals to understand and explore the multiple forms of gender-based violence within migrant communities and their adverse impact
To raise awareness on cultural competency in responding effectively to women and girls affected by multiple forms of ...
On 6th February is the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting. The annual opportunity for GAMS Belgium to insist on the fighting this harmful practise together.
On Friday 18th November 2016, GAMS Belgium and Intact npo will organise a colloquium about gender-based violence and traumatic memory within one's route as an asylum seeker.
On Saturday the 28th of May 2016, GAMS Belgium celebrated their 20th anniversary. Read the full account of the day (only in French)
Nadima, a community mediator from Djibouti who works with GAMS Belgium, told her story for Télésambre.