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An-Nisa work with Muslim women and the community. An-Nisa also know there are issues that are unique to the Muslim community and they all work together and to address some of these very important issues. Domestic violence, self esteem, personal development, basic skills, parenting, IT development. Visit the website for more information.  

Support and advice services for Portuguese speaking communities, including Angolans and Mozambicans. Services also for French speakers. Advice on education and training, employment, benefits, housing, immigration. Support for refugees and asylum seekers. Befriending and visiting for detainees, older members of the community and those who are isolated or have emotional problems. Angolan Civic Communities Alliance…

Destiny Support offers a wide range of independent living support services to the’ hard to reach’ client base living within the community. They work to encourage engagement and access in Slough and the surrounding areas. Visit the Destiny Support website for more information on the services they offer. Email: info@destinysupport.org Tel: 01753 552271 / 577458

Ealing Somali Welfare and Cultural Association deliver a range of services for the Somali community, including refugees and asylum seekers. They provide advice and information on housing, homelessness, education and immigration and nationality. Ealing Somali Welfare and Cultural Association also run English classes, a supplementary school and a lunch club for older people on Fridays at…

EMAG is an independent voluntary organisation for Black and minority ethnic communities, including asylum seekers, refugees and older people within Richmond upon Thames. The Ethnic Minorities Advocacy Group  offer advice, support and advocacy for people facing racial disadvantage or experiencing racial harassment. Advice on complaints relating to racial issues, health, education, asylum and refugee issues is…

Galop gives advice and support to people who have experienced biphobia, homophobia, transphobia, sexual violence or domestic abuse. Galop also support lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer people who have had problems with the police or have questions about the criminal justice system. They are a completely independent community-led group and are not connected to the police. You…

Hillingdon Women’s Centre provides a women only space for all women, aged 18 and over, where they can obtain safe and confidential information and advice on matters relating to: legal advice, benefits, housing, abuses, violence against women, education, training, health, workshops, social activities, support groups and much more. Drop in: Monday 9am – 8pm, Tuesday –…

The  Hounslow Race and Equalities Council are committed to supporting all persons who are under the London Borough of Hounslow (i.e. residents, students, children, workers and employees) who may experience discrimination in any one of the following areas: – Race – Disability – Marriage or Civil Partnership -Sexual Orientation – Sex – Religion or Belief…

Hounslow Somali Community’s mission statement – “Hounslow Somali Community will empower the community especially students and their parents/guardian to help themselves complete their education and achieve economic self-sufficiency through empowerment skills, support services, develop positive self-esteem, clarify their values on which to build a successful life while still maintaining focus on their needs rather than requirements.”

The Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation provides advice and support to Middle Eastern women and girls living in the UK who are facing ‘honour’ based violence, domestic abuse, forced marriage or female genital mutilation. Do you need help? آیا شما به کمک احتیاج دارید؟ (Farsi/ Dari) ئایا پێویستیت بە یارمەتی یە؟ (Kurdish) هل تحتاجين…

Karma Nirvana is a registered Charity that supports victims and survivors of forced marriage and honour based abuse. The words Karma Nirvana simply mean ‘Peace and Enlightenment’ as they hope their victims will achieve this through their work.  

Mothertongue are a culturally sensitive, professional counselling and listening service where people are heard with respect in their chosen language. The charity offers holistic support to people and professional development to staff and volunteers from black and minority ethnic (BME) communities. The language support offered, in partnership with agencies such as The Citizen’s Advice Bureau,…

Reading Community Learning Centre (RCLC) provides a range of free, informal, non-accredited learning opportunities and social activities for marginalised and isolated women from Reading’s Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities who are unable to access more mainstream services because of educational, social or cultural barriers. They arrange regular social events and celebrations, where students, friends…