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1000women is a platform for minority ethnic women to tell their own stories, on their terms. To find out more about joining the team or sharing your story, write to 1000women@naz.org.uk

corrective rape

Sarah is from South Africa where she was victim of a horrendous practice called ‘corrective rape’. She identifies as a lesbian and was diagnosed

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Charmaine (not real name) came from Malawi to the UK more than 10 years ago. She was diagnosed with HIV about 8 years ago. Sometimes

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Chloe works with LGBTQI young people in Manchester and also runs the local youth provision and adult group for LGBTQI people of colour. Manchester

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open uni up

Although being at work during periods of mental illness can be difficult for those with mental health problems, most people with these difficulties could

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prime 2 updated

The PRIME study (Positive tRansItions through the MEnopause) is a three year NIHR-funded quantitative and qualitative study that will explore, for the first time

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What is Campaign Bootcamp? If you're fired up about creating positive change and want to learn how to be an effective campaigner, then Campaign Bootcamp

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women make a change 2

An online learning resource that helps women's organisations to: Know the law and how to use it to challenge poor practice ♦ Know your rights ♦ Enable

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Dear Friends ATHENA is running a virtual #WhatWomenWant campaign from now until the end of July to galvanize women's civil society and amplify the voices

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Deniece is the mother of a child with autism. She set up a support group for parents whose children attend her son's specialist school

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Raisa is a South Asian queer artist and weaver based in London. Her work includes ‘in/visible space’, a photo series exploring places, people and

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