Sisters For Change has been working to strengthen support structures around women and girl domestic workers in Indonesia by empowering them with knowledge of their rights and domestic laws to prohibit violence and harassment at work.
Sisters For Change is working to support Commonwealth Governments to reform legacy or outdated laws that discriminate against – or fail to protect – women and girls and LGBT people, or to draft new legislation that ensures equality and equal protection of the law for all.
Since 2015, Sisters For Change has been campaigning for improved UK Government responses to violence against black, Asian and minority ethnic (BME) and migrant women in England, and greater funding of BME VAWG frontline service providers.
Since 2015, Sisters For Change has been working with partners in India to combat political violence against ‘scheduled caste’ or Dalit women and girls. Dalit women and girls are targeted specifically as a result of both their lower social class (defined by caste) and gender.