Women and the cuts
Government spending cuts are hitting women the hardest, with the most marginalised suffering the most. The women we work with are already feeling the brunt of cuts to policing, the voluntary sector, legal aid, english language classes and tax credits and benefits.
Diana Nammi, IKWRO’s Executive Director was one of the women invited by the Prime Minister, David Cameron to speak with him about isolation of Muslim women last week. Diana advised […]
IKWRO takes to the streets to honour the memory of murdered women, and to demand government support for our fight to end violence against women and girls. On Sunday 22 November […]
You may have seen our recent blog about government proposals to cut legal aid for women making applications under the ‘domestic violence rule’. Under this rule women who come to […]
Under what’s called the ‘domestic violence rule’ women who come to the UK on a spousal visa but then face domestic violence can leave their marriage and apply for permission to stay in the UK […]