Mojatu Foundation transforms communities through training, media, community engagement and health initiatives, especially tackling female genital mutilation.
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”
We stand with the people of #Palestine. Against all forms of oppression and the current violence they are facing.
Don't forget you can come and join our women's #skillshare, starting at 12! This week we're learning how to make face masks from old clothes. #crafts #womentogether
We are so excited to introduce you to 'And Other Stories.'
It's a series of professionally-led workshops aimed at women, young and old, to share, identify and discuss #sex, myths and other stories. Register now, space is very limited!