Unequal Regard, Unequal Protection 2: Spotlight on Manchester

In this report, Unequal Regard, Unequal Protection 2: Spotlight on Manchester, Sisters For Change (SFC), in partnership with The Manchester Maya Project, turns a spotlight on Greater Manchester, examining local authority responses to domestic abuse and documenting the experiences of Black, Asian, minority ethnic and migrant (BME) women victims and the barriers they face in accessing statutory…

Better Laws, Better Lives

Africa: In December 2018, the Equality & Justice Alliance, a consortium of which SFC is a founding partner, brought together women’s rights and LGBT activists from Botswana, Namibia, Mauritius and South Africa to a Regional Capacity Building Workshop in Johannesburg. We invited participants to share their views on how to use the law as a…

Equality for all: Can women’s rights and LGBT rights organisations work together?

South Africa: In December 2018, the Equality & Justice Alliance, a consortium of which SFC is a founding partner, brought together women’s rights and LGBT activists from Botswana, Namibia, Mauritius and South Africa to a Regional Capacity Building Workshop in Johannesburg. We invited participants to talk about the challenge and opportunity of working together, collectively,…