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Mojatu Foundation transforms communities through training, media, community engagement and health initiatives, especially tackling female genital mutilation.
Excellent response. Inhuman and cruel plan.
Powerful response to the consultation on the Nasty Plan for Cruelty by the LBT women's group, Rainbow Sisters @4refugeewomen https://www.refugeewomen.co.uk/rainbow-sisters-strongly-oppose-the-governments-proposed-immigration-plan/
NEW: The unemployment rate for Black and minority ethnic workers has risen at three times the speed of the unemployment rate for white workers, according to TUC analysis of new @ONS employment figures published today.
We loved this about Uroosa Arshid from Aspley - the UK's first hijabi firefighter. "Mrs Arshid said @nottsfire had sourced a special hijab to wear underneath her oxygen mask & hopes other young Muslim women may feel inspired to follow in her footsteps."🔥
This International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia, we are reminded there's still a long way to go until all LGBTQ+ people are free and safe from harm. Here are some reasons why #IDAHOBIT is still needed in 2021, and ways you can help: http://bit.ly/IDAHOBIT2K21
Today marks International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia more than ever it is important that “Together, we Resist, Support, and Heal”