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We support and empower women who have come to the UK seeking refuge from persecution. Many have experienced rape, sexual violence or other torture.

When women arrive in the UK seeking safety, too often they instead face disbelief, detention and destitution. We enable women to learn English and develop their skills and confidence. We also support women to tell their own stories and advocate for a fairer asylum process.

We work in the belief that every woman who crosses borders in search of safety deserves a fair hearing and a chance to rebuild her life.

£10 can enable a woman to attend our English or drama lessons.

Attending these sessions is often the first step in a woman’s journey to empowerment. At these lessons she will receive a warm welcome into a supportive community of women and develop the skills and confidence that she needs to challenge injustice and rebuild her life with dignity.

Until we can be together again face-to-face, refugee women are meeting each other over video to continue to practice their English language skills, develop their poetry and share sisterhood and solidarity.

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£30 can provide emergency support to a woman in extreme hardship.

We provide small-scale grants to destitute women, for example to enable her to buy food or spend the night somewhere safe.

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£100 can provide one woman with therapeutic mental health support with a qualified therapist for one month.

Our research with the Sisters Not Strangers coalition found that 82% of women said their mental health had worsened during the pandemic. ‘Reem’ told us, “Past traumas and bad experiences came flooding back for many of us.”

We’re increasing access to mental health support for the women in our network. £100 can provide one woman with mental health support with a Clinical or Assistant Psychologist for one month.

£300 enables us to provide high-quality immigration advice over the phone to around six women.

The lack of access to good quality advice is one of the major reasons that refugee women are made destitute through the complex asylum process. £300 enables us to provide a qualified advisor for the day who can advise women on their asylum claims, housing and other vital support.

‘Helena’ said, “I did not know what to do before I got advice, but now I know my options and have a roof over my head again.”

£1000 can enable 10 women to attend our drama empowerment programme for a term.

Drama sessions support women’s personal empowerment and wellbeing. The sessions focus on enabling women to share their stories safely and creatively with wide audiences.

Our drama group continue to meet during the ongoing pandemic over Zoom, sharing song, poetry and friendship.