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Groups supporting vulnerable communities.

Brighter Futures

Empowering unaccompanied minors

“We want to be seen as children and young people first rather than being defined by our immigration status. We want a BRIGHTER FUTURE."

Brighter Futures is a self-advocating group of active young asylum seekers and refugees from various countries. They work together as a group to fight for the rights of other young asylum seekers and refugees, and improve their opportunities and experiences. They try to achieve this through various activities including challenging media perceptions and producing exhibitions, conducting research and speaking at conferences and on radio. 
 

A short film by our youth group 'Brighter Futures' highlighting the effect of living in limbo - part of their campaign 'the cost of waiting'.

Brighter Futures London meets every Wednesday from 6pm-8.30pm at Praxis Community Projects, Pott Street, London E2 0EF.

Visit www.brighterfutureslondon.co.uk for further information on the group and their current campaigns. 

For further details please contact Annalisa Pauciullo, Youth and Community Development Worker, on 020 7749 7603 or at Annalisa.Pauciullo@praxis.org.uk  

Praxis Family Care

Support for trafficked women 

Praxis Family Care offers support to women with children who have been trafficked into the UK as sex or domestic workers. The project supports mothers and their children to recover from the trauma of their past, rebuild their lives and resettle in the local community. Mothers with children will be offered a safe place to share, gain confidence and self-respect.

For further details please contact Annalisa Pauciullo, Youth and Community Development Worker, on 020 7749 7603 or at Annalisa.Pauciullo@praxis.org.uk

 

 

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