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April 30, 2021
Vacancy for Female Specialist Advocate

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April 30, 2021
Letter to Prime Minister: VAWG

Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP Prime Minister10 Downing StreetLondon, SW1A 2AA Dear Prime Minister Violence against women and girls 23 March 2021 We are writing to you as specialist organisations supporting survivors of violence against women and girls with serious concerns about the government’s current response to male violence. The death of Sarah Everard has […]

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May 7, 2020
Respect All Women

Because of Ashiana, I can imagine my future An interim evaluation of Ashiana Network’s National Lottery Community Fund provision Imkaan, December 2019 Acknowledgements The interim evaluation was led by Lia Latchford with support with data collection from Neha Kagal, editorial support and oversight from Sumanta Roy and support with report design from Ikamara Larasi. We […]

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April 13, 2014

[:en]Counselling We provide confidential one-to-one counselling services for women and girls who are impacted by domestic violence, sexual violence, childhood sexual abuse, as well as women and girls who have experienced any form of Harmful Practice including forced marriage, honour based violence and female genital mutilation. Counselling offered is short term (6-15 Sessions) and provided […]

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April 13, 2014

[:en]Advice and Support The aim of this service is to advise and support women and girls who are experiencing domestic violence and sexual violence enabling them to make informed choices and exit violent relationships including, reporting to police, pursuing civil/criminal legal cases, taking out injunctions, access to refuges, welfare benefits, health and housing. In such […]

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April 12, 2014

[:en]Ashiana has over 20 years’ experience of providing refuge services for South Asian, Turkish and Iranian women. All the women we house have experienced domestic violence, sexual violence, forced marriage, honour based violence or other forms of violence. They often present with complex and multiple needs. We provide temporary safe housing across three schemes and […]

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