Adolescent Girls' Migration in the Global South: Transitions into Adulthood
ISS Assistant Professor, Katarzyna Grabska, has co-launched a new book entitled 'Adolescent Girls' Migration in the Global South: Transitions into Adulthood' together with a roundtable discussion of the book.
On April 30 2019, Katarzyna Grabska with Marina de Regt and Nicoletta del Franco organised a book launch and roundtable discussion at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva of their newest publication Adolescent Girls' Migration in the Global South: Transitions into Adulthood. The research was funded by the Swiss Network for International Studies (SNIS) Adolescent Girls' Migration in The Global South Transitions into Adulthood
'Based on rich and in-depth case studies in Bangladesh, Ethiopia and Sudan, the chapters reveal challenging gendered transitions surrounding the decisions, experiences and consequences of migration. A powerful read'
Samantha Punch, Professor of Sociology, University of Stirling, UK
The roundtable discussion of the book included presentation of the manuscript by the three authors, comments from the representatives of the Terre des Hommes Federation (Laura Chelo), the Swiss Network of International Studies (Roxandra Stoinescu) as well as the Eritrea co-researcher Bana Goitom.