Merino Orozco, Abel; Di Giusto Valle, Cristina; Pérez de Albéniz Garrote, Gloria; Guijo Blanco, Valeriana
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Migrant women are exposed to double vulnerability, as women and as migrants. This generates a demand for special personalized attention from professionals in the social, health and psychology fields in order to understand their needs. This work aims to understand the complexity of the migratory phenomenon in women in the scientific literature to establish the priority lines of support in university curricula. For this, a systematic review is presented that finally analyzes 63 documents. The study has three search phases in Web of Science and Scopus databases. In the first phase, the terms that are considered are "gender discrimination" AND "Violence" AND "migrant", selecting six items; a second block includes "gender discrimination" AND "migrant", adding 40 items, and the third block, "gender discrimination" AND "Violence" OR "migrant" AND "education" AND "intervention" AND "women, where 17 new articles are selected. The results show seven emerging categories according to their central theme: legal, social, development & market, health, integration, gender discrimination and intervention. The study presents a discussion for each category, converging on the relevance of the need to raise awareness among the population as a whole. The study attempts to focus interest on priority lines of intervention, among which the following stand out: health care in general, sexual education, the expansion of social networks in the destination, the search for job opportunities, access to technology or the promotion of healthy living and physical activity. This analysis converges on the need for institutions to provide resources to people who suffer gender-based violence of any kind, emphasizing the migrant population, since fewer cases are institutionalized. For this reason, it is also relevant to provide resources to professionals who work with this social group.