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Прием заявок на Феминистское совместное исследование действий (FPAR)



We are delighted to share with you that APWLD opens call for application for Feminist Participatory Action Research (FPAR) on Human Rights of Women Migrants 2022-2024: Building knowledge and movement from the ground up: Women migrants fight for human rights and migration justice.


We are inviting women migrants, migrants’ groups, organisations and trade unions in Asia and the Pacific to take part in the Migration Feminist Participatory Action Research (FPAR) that aims to strengthen the evidence-based advocacy and organising power of women migrants and their organisations.


Join the Migration Feminist Participatory Action Research

Six to eight partner organisations will be selected to work with APWLD for 15 months (2022–2024) to investigate the impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on migrant communities, in particular on the right of women migrants and their organisations to organise and form their association, as well as the consequences of COVID-19 on their right to decent work and work conditions in migrant communities.

APWLD will provide the selected organisations with a small grant to employ a young woman researcher and carry out the research with the maximum amount of US$14,000. Research partners will need to appoint a mentor to assist the young women researcher throughout the FPAR process. At least one of them should come from the community/constituent and be committed to community organising and feminist movement building. APWLD will also support the young women researchers and their mentors to participate in capacity building workshops and provide advocacy or network opportunities.


To apply, please send the completed application form by 3 July 2022 to Ka Mei Lau at kamei@apwld.org and Risca Dwi at risca@apwld.org. Please indicate in the subject line: “Application – Migration FPAR 2022_name of your organisation”.


Complete details on the FPAR are available here. Alternatively, you may download the concept note and application form attached to this email.


Please circulate this call to your networks as well.


Best regards,



Patricia Miranda Wattimena

Climate Justice Programme Officer

Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD)



30 years of advocacy, activism and movement building to advance women’s human rights and Development Justice