Our Advocacy and Policy project began in May 2021, and will run for 2 years. It is funded by the Barrow Cadbury Trust. The project worker, Sarah Taal will use case studies from the community advocacy team and her own caseload, to inform and improve practice relating to refugee and migrant women.

We aim:

•For women to be heard, and their problems addressed in a dignified and fair manner,

•To work with partners to shine a light on gender policies in practice,

•Educate and inform officials and wider networks,

•Improve policies, and the lives of refugee and migrant women.

Our project objectives are:

•More statutory sector practice in line with policy standards,

•Clearer picture of gender and migration problems facing women and provide solutions on how to tackle them longer term through awareness raising,

•Understand frontline issues through advocacy and empowering beneficiaries individually and in groups,

•Inclusion of women without prejudice, giving more rights to safety and protection.

Every 6 months we will produce a newsletter with information on what the project is doing - download our first newsletter here

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Project Funded by the Barrow Cadbury Trust, an independent, charitable foundation, committed to bringing about socially just change.