Meeting  “Women, society and migrant experience. How to stay together and strong” – 21st May 2021

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Please, join us at the online meeting “Women, society and migrant experience. How to stay together and strong”, which will take place on 21st May 2021 at 7 pm on Zoom. You need to register for this event. The meeting will be held in English. Please send your application to:

Nora Elizabeth Huerta Flores, a Mexican living in Krakow, will be our guest. She is a lecturer affiliated with the Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon, and a community activist that worked for years with young volunteers in North Mexico on integrating groups that were excluded. Nora also lived in different cultures. She was in i.a. USA, Spain, France, and now she settled in Poland.

During the meeting, Nora will be sharing with attendees her knowledge gained as a modern nomad looking to anchor herself in the local communities in which she stayed. She will also be encouraging attendees to the conversation on creating a support network for the migrant women.

We would like to invite everyone interested in this online event, to discuss their own migrant experiences, encountered challenges, processes of adaptation and making a new home in Poland.

This event is organised in partnership with One World, One Heart Foundation.

This event is co-financed by The Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund as part of the project “Lesser Poland Friendly to Foreigners” implemented by Lesser Poland Voivode.

Nora Elizabeth Huerta Flores is a PhD candidate for Social Sciences at the Pablo de Olavide University in Seville, Spain. Independent professional and researcher who currently resides in Poland following lines of research related to gender violence and human rights was a Professor and researcher at the Faculty of Political Sciences and International Relations for more than 5 years and Academic Coordinator of the International Relations Degree of the Faculty of Political Sciences and International Relations of the Autonomous University of Nuevo León. She has a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from the same house of studies. She is a Social Activist, promoter, defender of Human Rights and Coordinator of a network of remote youth volunteers to support vulnerable groups in northern Mexico.

Nora is a proud Mexican & feminist, passionate about social causes, academic researcher and teacher by soul committed to working in activities directed to educate and raise awareness on gender violence looking to empower all vulnerable communities and promote equality and human right in society. Has coordinated groups of volunteers for help at any social cause, especially for women and children. Lecturer, moderator and speaker in different international seminars and conferences about migration, human rights, trafficking and issues in the international arena. Had lived in USA, Spain, France and now in Poland.