FORWARD launches a new survey to understand how the coronavirus (Covid-19) is affecting women's lives. Take our survey now!
In this time of crisis, we are still here to support you. All our support and counselling services are now available online and via telephone.
As the situation of COVID-19 continues to unfold, I want to let you know of the steps we are taking to ensure that we continue to support the women and girls that we serve.
FORWARD is inviting research agencies/ independent consultants to submit proposals for the end of programme evaluation of its Young Women’s Leadership Programme, TuWezeshe Akina Dada.
Free Professionals Training on responding to violence against migrant women in London on the 4th of March 2020
For the International Day of Zero Tolerance for FGM we will be celebrating our community engagement programme and bringing together the work of key agencies, communities and individuals.
FORWARD is hosting a free Professionals Training on responding to violence against migrant women in Bristol on the 26th of February 2020.
Today we launch the ACCESS awareness campaign. The objective of this project is to improve access to prevention, protection and support for migrant women confronted with various forms of violence.
The event is tailored for statutory professionals, Local Government Authorities, voluntary organisations, young women, community representatives, and organisations working on FGM from the UK and Europe.
This conference provides an opportunity to network with professionals and activists from the UK and across Europe who are working to protect women and girls rights, to learn from their approaches, come up with new strategies and develop a new sisterhood of solidarity.
We are seeking an organised and self motivated Fundraising and Events Intern who is passionate about African women’s health and rights and international development and interested in fundraising and events to join our team for a minimum of 4 months.
Join us for an evening celebrating Black HERstory with music, laughter, spoken word and inter-generational discussion on Black Female Identity.