Fakhra Salimi is the leader and press contact of The MiRA Centre. Contact her by e-mail email@example.com or phone (+47) 22 11 69 20 / mobile (+47) 92 01 99 62. Our logo may be used with written permission
Fakhra Salimi er MiRA-Senterets pressekontakt og leder. Hun kan kontaktes på e-post firstname.lastname@example.org eller telefon 22 11 69 20 / 92 01 99 62. Logo kan etter skriftlig tillatelse fra oss brukes i forbindelse
2008 has been a very exciting year for The MiRA Centre. All planned and completed activities, network building and various other measures have been important sources of further experience and knowledge
MiRA-Senteret ønsker alle jenter og kvinner med minoritetsbakgrunn hjertlig velkommen til Åpent Hus! Ønsker du å søke på internett, lese i vårt rikholdige avisarkiv, diskutere en bok eller en film? Vil du
Opplever du som minoritetskvinne at det er vanskelig å søke advokathjelp? Har du spørsmål om for eksempel skilsmisse, barnefordeling eller opphold? Trenger du juridisk veiledning, råd og støtte, men vet ikke
Engasjert i spørsmål relatert til likestilling av minoritetskvinner i Norge? MiRA-Senteret jobber for å bedre minoritetskvinners levekår i Norge. Senteret er i stadig vekst, og vi mottar årlig over 10.000
Young people are the future of our society. The MiRA Centre feels the same about young minority girls. Together with this group and their commitment, the Center will develop toward a future and a society that
The MiRA Resource Centre for Black, Immigrant and Refugee Women provides a meeting place where women and young girls with minority backgrounds can come together to discuss their issues and support one another.
Through various activities, the minority women are involved in creating, promoting and increasing the visibility of their potential resources and the contribution they make to the Norwegian society.
Increasing visibility of minority women in the community is best accomplished by highlighting their lives and experiences in a social context where they are engaged in the workforce, in politics and other social and public arenas.
The MiRA Centres objective is to promote active participation of women in the formation of Norwegian society where all citizens should be considered equal. Please contact us if you are interested in participating in the empowerment of women with minority backgrounds.
The MiRA Centres volunteer group consists of women and girls who are responsible for planning and carrying out different activities through the centre. The volunteer group meets regularly and defines their own
It is our experience that many minority women and girls face prejudices related to their religious beliefs and practices when dealing with various institutions in the labour market and society at large. These women