The MsUnderstood team at the University of Bedfordshire International Centre conference yesterday.
MsUnderstood is a partnership between Imkaan, the University of Bedfordshire and the Girls Against Gangs project, which aims to improve local and national responses to young people’s experiences of gender inequality through:
Volunteering and internship opportunities for young people to inform and develop policy, practice and research
Strategic and operational advice and support to local and national agencies
Training and research 
For more information visit www.msunderstood.org.uk

The MsUnderstood team at the University of Bedfordshire International Centre conference yesterday.

MsUnderstood is a partnership between Imkaan, the University of Bedfordshire and the Girls Against Gangs project, which aims to improve local and national responses to young people’s experiences of gender inequality through:

  • Volunteering and internship opportunities for young people to inform and develop policy, practice and research
  • Strategic and operational advice and support to local and national agencies
  • Training and research 

For more information visit www.msunderstood.org.uk

Check out Freedom Without Fear Platform’s public meeting on Women resisting the racist ‘security’ state on 3rd July at Birkbeck, University of London from 6.30 - 8.30pm.

More information here.

Over 400 people protested outside the Indian High Commission yesterday to demand justice for women and girls

Freedom Without Fear Platform led a protest with more than 400 people outside the Indian High Commission yesterday to demand justice for women and girls. 

See pictures here.

The Freedom Without Fear Platform also handed a letter to the High Commission for the Indian Prime Minister, to express concern about the ongoing attacks on Dalit and oppressed caste women and children across India.

You can read the letter, which was co-signed by Imkaan, here.

The MsUnderstood Partnership is now offering paid internships for young women

The MsUnderstood partnership, between the University of Bedfordshire, Imkaan, and the Girls against Gangs project, aims to improve local and national responses to young people’s experiences of gender inequality.

The partnership is currently offering paid internship placements to young women.  

For more information and to apply, click here.