Gender Dimension Of Migrations Caused By Genocide And Feminicides Around The Globe

Lejla Mušić

Abstract


Helen Mack said 700 hundred girls and women were murdered in Guatemala between 2000 and 2004. Although gangs called “Maras Salva Truchas” were blamed for most of the murders, the truth is that the authorities have not produced any credible suspects or lines of  investigation to explain what is happening“( Valdez,  2006, p. 260). Ebola and kidnapping of school girls that were pupils of emancipated high schools systems, similarlly to kidnappings in Mexico have originated in patriarchal notions on good or bad girl behaviour based on stereotypes of women role in family. In Bosnia and Herzegovina post war and post transition society, there are over 100.000 dead and missing people. The highest consequences of war were forced on the Youth and Women. Many of Women faced with trauma after the death camps and rapes, are still fighting the stigmatisation of society. Some of this people left the country in pursuit of new homeland , never to return again. There are different form of Youth debris in contemporary world. The main problems are illegal migration, feminisation of poverty, kidnapping the girls in Nigeria, feminicides in Juarez and Mexico. Youth on the move, Conference at Maynooth campus Dublin(Ireland), in June 2015, focused mainly on the problematic of migration politics and imprisonment of Youth due to the illegal migrations over the European borders. Hyperfeminisation, rape, gangs of girls, rent boys masculinities, Varoç in Istanbul, forced labour, rape and prostitution are several problems of illegal emigrations. Therefore, young people must be under control of Authorities and Institution and groups that will help them facing different forms of discriminations around world. This paper analayses gender dimensions of migrations caused by genocides and feminicides or gender based stereotypes in Bosnia, Mexico, Nigeria and Turkey.

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