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The week of 21 November was a busy week in the GEMMS calendar: team members from Cambodia, India, South Africa, Zimbabwe, and other parts of the UK converged on the University of Essex for our inception workshop; we had our first public event; and we hosted the first meeting of our international advisory group (IAG).

Breaking the damaging cycle of gender-based violence and poor mental health amongst migrants is the focus of a major new international study and global health research group led by the University of Essex. The £2.56 million project will be studying the link between these two global health challenges which, although widely ackno

GEMMS studentships Details Title: Disrupting the cycle of gendered violence and poor mental health among migrants in precarious situations (GEMMS)  Funding: A full-time tuition fee waiver, and a doctoral stipend equivalent to the NIHR minimum annual stipend when in the UK and a local stipend during periods of fiel

📷 Jo Vearey