By Sarah Graham, Communications Executive at Women for Refugee Women

Many thanks to all those who joined us at London Feminist Film Festival on Friday evening, for the premiere of our short animation #SetHerFree: Margaret’s Story. We’re so pleased with the impact the film’s already had, and the positive responses we received both at the event and on social media. We’ve also been really touched by the number of emails and messages from people who attended the festival, asking what they can do to get involved in the #SetHerFree campaign and support our work more generally. If you felt moved by Margaret and Ntombi’s stories, here are some of the ways you can get involved…

Join the #SetHerFree campaign

Support our work with refugee women in the UK and Europe

As well as coordinating the #SetHerFree campaign, Women for Refugee Women also works at the grassroots to support refugee women in the UK and northern France.

  • Buy tickets for our event Listen To The Women, in partnership with Care International UK, on Tuesday 13 September – an inspiring evening of refugee women’s stories and testimonies, featuring Juliet Stevenson, Tanya Moodie, Jane Garvey, Yasmin Kadi, Eliza Shaddad, and more
  • Donate to support our weekly drop-in group, Women Asylum Seekers Together (WAST) London
  • Volunteer to help out on Monday afternoons or at our events
  • Donate to support our project Women at the Borders, working to support and show solidarity with refugee women in northern France
  • Watch, read and share the video and blog post about our Women at the Borders project
  • Join us at the Refugees Welcome march on Saturday 17 September
  • Like us on Facebook and follow our work on Twitter