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Ashiana Sheffield
Support for BAMER women affected by domestic & sexual abuse including forced marriage, human trafficking, FGM, gang violence and ‘honour’ based violence.
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Ashiana Sheffield May 23
Our CEO talking to about the rise in demand for pop up brothels and the the difficulty in identifying them.
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FLEX May 22
**JUST OUT*** The Independent Review of the Act final report has been published. Read about why FLEX thinks its an important step forward but it overlooks how UK policy is undermining anti-slavery efforts:
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South Yorkshire Modern Slavery Partnership May 22
This afternoon’s session (kindly shared by ) sees attendees at our launch discuss how they would respond when presented with a specific case study of
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HumanTraffickingFdn May 22
Encouraging to see so many present at the launch! Great work!
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Ashiana Sheffield May 22
Our Service Manager Rachel Mullan-Feroze explaining the NRM process to today’s attendees. Focusing on the need for consent to enter into the NRM, the importance of a trauma-informed support and how small acts can help build trust between an organisation and a survivor
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Snowdrop Project May 22
Today we are delighted to join our partners to launch the South Yorkshire Modern Slavery Partnership - a regional response to tackling
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Ashiana Sheffield May 22
Our CEO today is welcoming key organisations across for the launch of We are delighted to have so many people in the room to work together to tackle in the region. Follow to hear more throughout the day.
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Ashiana Sheffield May 21
Big thank you to for their extremely generous donations! Our clients will love these Eid gifts 🛀💖 @ LUSH UK
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HMSP May 20
Great victims working group this morning for our operational front line practitioners building on our fab joint working approach in supporting victims.
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Ashiana Sheffield May 20
Last week Evie had the pleasure of attending sheffhallamuni 's event for - In Conversation with Rianna Walcott, author of ! Enjoyed a great discussion about
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Ashiana Sheffield May 17
We're on Instagram! Here at Ashiana we provide support for BAMER women affected by domestic & sexual abuse including forced marriage, human trafficking, FGM, gang violence and ‘honour’ based violence. Follow us for…
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Jon Featonby Apr 25
last week, along with and , we published a new report highlighting some of the changes we want to see to the way people are supported longer term
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Mary Tear May 1
My collection for in Sheffield has come to an end (but you can still donate items to local charities) overall I collected 150+ period items/toiletries for & massive thanks to & for generous donations
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Andy Bevan May 14
It was a privilege to present ’s Assessment of Survivor Outcomes Tool with my colleague, Meredith, at the STEP Conf in Brussels today. It’s encouraging to hear how the tool is being used by partners in the UK, Europe & beyond
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Louise Haigh MP May 14
Over 120 MPs from all parties are backing our campaign to better protect victims of rape & domestic abuse who are being badly let down by the family courts. Read more here:
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Andy Bevan May 14
Grateful to and for adopting ’s Assessment of Survivor Outcomes Tool for providing care to survivors of in the UK
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Kathryn Baldacchino May 14
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Ashiana Sheffield May 13
Proud to have been part of this very important project. Looking forward to today's conference in Brussels and taking forward and building upon the project
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Vida Sheffield May 10
Very proud have been chosen for Charity Award public vote - please vote via their link and retweet to help win funds for our Eva Therapy Service...
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Ashiana Sheffield May 10
We are so excited to progress this partnership. Follow to keep up to date with strategic developments on in South Yorkshire.
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