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  1. Action for Blind People

    Advice in specific areas such as employment, benefits, housing, assistive technology and access to service and grants

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  2. Africa Advocacy Foundation

    Africa Advocacy Foundation is a community-based charity that works to improve the welfare of disadvantaged people by promoting access to services e.g health, education, employment and other opportunities..AAF has over 16 years experience of supporting disadvantaged individuals and families from diverse communities in London. We work with a range of local partners, service providers, professionals, communities and funders to deliver appropriate and timely interventions for our beneficiaries.

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  3. African Integration Project

    Provides information, advice and referral services for people facing barriers to integration, especially people of African origin, on housing, employment, income support and education and advocacy services, guidance and support. Operates in Barnet, Brent, Camden, City of Westminster, Islington and Haringey.

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  4. Akina Mama Wa Africa

    An international non governmental Development organisation for African women. A community-based organisation, which sought to create a space for African women to organise autonomously, network with each other, share skills and expertise, identify issues of concern and speak for themselves.

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  5. Algerian British Connection

    The Algerian British Connection is here to help the Algerian community get together to foster cultural links between the British community, to help support the Algerian community and promote Algerian arts, culture and traditions. Also develop cultural and educational activities to benefit the local community as a whole. This group is here to help inform the Algerian community of any social events happening regarding the Algerian community. Its an opportunity for us to voice our opinions and concerns regarding Algerians living in London and Algeria.

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  6. All Women Count

    For a world that values all women’s work, every life, and the planet.

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  7. Anglo-Somali Society

    The Anglo-Somali Society is a non profit-making international friendship society whose objective is to foster friendship and understanding between Somalis and the English-speaking world, and to develop cultural and social relations between them.

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  8. Asperger London Area Group

    ALAG is a community organisation working in partnership with local authorities and the voluntary sector to highlight the needs of people with Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC).

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  9. Belsize Village Residents And Traders Association

    Aim To Represent The Interests Of Residents And Traders In Belsize Village.

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  10. Bengali Womens Forum

    We are a voluntary organisation based in Camden but serving the interests of women from deprived communities and their families, locally and nationally. Our purpose and our role is to provide advice and information on welfare rights, debt, employment, and health issues as well as representation, advocacy and translation services. We promote the valuable contribution women make in the communities they live in and seek to empower more of them to do so through educational, training and employment services. We run a supplementary school to facilitate and support the education of children and younger people from poorer backgrounds, those with learning disabilities and those with special needs. We run a registered youth football team and facilitate sports and recreational services. We engage with women in the communities through events, seminars and workshops and seek to address their concerns to ensure their rights and responsibilities.

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  11. Betknowmore UK

    We provide support and mentoring services to help tackle issues around problematic gambling. Our first service is called ACT - a tailored mentoring programme for one-to-one support.

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  12. Bibi Wa Sasa Project

    A) TO ADVANCE THE EDUCATION AND VOCATIONAL TRAINING OF AFRICAN SWAHILI SPEAKING WOMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES. B) TO PROVIDE FACILITIES FOR HEALTH PROMOTION, RECREATION AND OTHER LEISURE TIME OCCUPATION FOR AFRICAN SWAHILI WOMEN AND THEIR CHILDREN, IRRESPECTIVE OF ETHNIC ORIGIN OR RELIGIOUS BELIEF IN THE INTERESTS OF SOCIAL WELFARE AND WITH THE OBJECT OF IMPROVING THE CONDITIONS OF LIFE OF THE SAID PERSONS.

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  13. Board of Deputies - Jewish Community

    The Board of Deputies of British Jews exists to promote and defend the religious and civil liberties of British Jewry.

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  14. Brandon Centre For Counselling & Psychotherapy For Young People

    Counselling and psychotherapy for young people. Conception and sexual health clinic for young people aged 12-21.

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  15. British Muslims for Secular Democracy

    We bring together a diverse group of Muslim democrats from a variety of ethnic and social backgrounds. We want to challenge perceptions, ideas and current thinking about British Muslims as a collectivity and the issues that affect the wider society.

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  16. British Youth Council

    A youth-led charity, we empower young people aged 25 and under to influence and inform the decisions that affect their lives.

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  17. Brocas Close Residents Association

    The Association Represents The Views Of People Within The Catchment Area: 1-28 Brocas Close And 65-69 Fellows Road. Co-ordinates A Neighbourhood Watch Scheme And Is Open To All Residents, Be They Tenants Or Owner/occupiers

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  18. Camden Bangali Residents Association

    Association for any resident in Camden from a Bengali background, welcomes people from Bangladesh and West Bengal.

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  19. Camden Black Environment Network

    What we are doing - Introduction BEN works to enable full ethnic participation in the built and natural environment. We are positioned as a catalyst for change. The services, resources and expertise within the mainstream are enormous. There is no way in which a parallel provision can be set up. In order to benefit fully, ethnic participation must therefore be enabled to access everything that the mainstream has to offer. We do not intend to provide a permanent service for ethnic communities.

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  20. Camden Carers Service

    Camden Carers Centre is a local voluntary sector charity,which gives advice and support to carers from all communities living in the London Borough of Camden. Camden Carers Service (CCS) is a partnership between Camden Carers Centre and Centre 404

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  21. Camden Civic Society

    Our Society exists to provide an independent voice for those with an interest in the London Borough of Camden, whether they live, work or play here. We aim to encourage a sense of interest, community and pride in our Borough.

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  22. Camden Fabian Society

    The Fabian Society is Britain’s oldest political think tank. Founded in 1884, the Society is at the forefront of developing political ideas and public policy on the left.

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  23. Camden Green Party

    The Green Party has representatives at all levels of governance. We are committed to providing wellbeing and prosperity for everyone, in harmony with nature. A caring, inclusive and democratic Green society will enable everyone to do valuable work, follow their interests, interact with their community and enjoy nature.

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  24. Camden People First

    We support people with learning difficulties living or working in the London borough of Camden through services which enable people with learning difficulties to obtain their full rights and privileges as citizens. We advance and promote the education of self advocacy for people with learning difficulties and educate the public on their needs.

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  25. Camden Public Libraries Users Group

    Camden Public Libraries Users Group (CPLUG) was founded in February 1998 to oppose a plan by Camden Council to close a number of its libraries. Since its formation in 1965, Camden Council had periodically closed libraries and, each time this happened, the resistance to the policy grew. The 1998/99 battle to save the endangered libraries was successful, but it was realized that Camden Council would try again to reduce the service to the residents and workers of the borough. Therefore, since that time, CPLUG has kept a very close watch on the council.

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  26. Camden Town Unlimited

    Camden Town Unlimited (CTU) has been appointed by the business community to improve Camden Town as a place to work, live and visit. As the representatives for business, we will introduce innovative approaches to upgrade the commercial and environmental performance of Camden Town, putting business at centre stage to oversee the operations.

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  27. Camden Young Women's Centre

    African/Caribbean Women's Group,Young Mother's group, Young Mothers & Young Carers Group and othe Drop-ins.

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  28. Cas de la Salud Hispano Americana

    Enable improvements in health, working with disadvantaged communities to support local health strategies.

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  29. Central YMCA

    We champion the benefits of health-based activity through advocacy, education and direct delivery

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  30. Centre 404

    Centre 404 is a charity that offers friendly, reliable and person centred support to people with a learning disability and their families in north London. It was founded in 1951 by carers of children with learning disabilities and continues to work towards building a community and a society where people with learning disabilities are valued and involved members of our community.

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  31. Child Poverty Action Group

    Child Poverty Action Group is the leading national charity working to end poverty among children, young people and families in the UK. Our vision is of a society free of child poverty where all children can enjoy their childhoods and have fair chances in life to reach their full potential.

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  32. Children of the Andes

    Children of the Andes (COTA) has been working since 1991 to support vulnerable children in Colombia, who face the daily challenges of poverty and violence. Thanks to our work, tens of thousands of children have gained the education, healthcare and specialist support they need to build happier, more fulfilling lives.

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  33. Christian People's Alliance: Hampstead & Highgate

    The Christian Peoples Alliance is a party rooted in the historic Christian faith that seeks to demonstrate the love of God through political service. Our faith and principles are drawn from the Bible, especially the life and teaching of Jesus Christ, as well as from Christian political insights through the centuries

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  34. City Parochial Foundation (Trust for London)

    Trust for London is the largest independent charitable foundation funding work which tackles poverty and inequality in the capital. We support work providing greater insights into the root causes of London's social problems and how they can be overcome; activities which help people improve their lives; and work empowering Londoners to influence and change policy, practice and public attitudes.

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  35. Community Action & Environmental Concern

    Community Action & Environmental Concern

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  36. Communtiy Safety

    Co-ordinates work on community safety in Camden and facilitates the Camden Community Safety Partnership. The Partnership includes people from Camden Council, Camden Police, NHS Camden, NHS Islington, the Probation Service, Camden Victim Support as well as other statutory and voluntary agencies.

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  37. Cosmetic Support

    Providing emotional support to people with body dysmorphic disorder going through cosmetic surgery

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  38. Creative Support Ltd

    Creative Support is a high quality provider of person centred social care services for people with learning disabilities, mental health and other needs.

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  39. DANDA

    DANDA – the Developmental Adult Neuro-Diversity Association has been set up for people with Dyspraxia, Asperger’s Syndrome, AD(H)D and other related conditions such as dyslexia and dyscalculia.

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  40. Disability Law Service

    DISABILITY LAW SERVICE PROVIDES A HIGH QUALITY LEGAL SERVICE FOR DISABLED ADULTS AND CHILDREN,THEIR FAMILIES, ENABLERS AND CARERS. CHARITY ALSO PROVIDES SPECIALIST INFORMATION AND ADVICE AND TRAINING TO OTHER SERVICE PROVIDERS.

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  41. East African Society

    Health promotion and information and advocacy

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  42. Ethiopian Community in Britain

    Provides information, advice, advocacy and referral services on housing, benefits, health, education, training and employment opportunities. Also provides basic support and holds outreach and leisure activities for older people. Social club service Ethiopian National dish and Hall hire services to the public.

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  43. Filipino LGBT UK

    The Filipino LGBT is a social and informal support group for Filipino LGBT people and friends predominantly located in the UK. The group aims to provide social cohesion amongst its members. The group supports and promotes Filipino artd and culture in the UK. It also supports nominated charities in the Phillipines.

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  44. Groundwell Network Support UK

    Groundswell is a registered charity which exists to enable homeless and vulnerable people to take more control of their lives, have a greater influence on services and to play a fuller role in our community.

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  45. Heath Hands

    Heath Hands is a volunteer organsiation created to help preserve the special character of Hampstead Heath and to give everyone who enjoys the Heath the opportunity to make a difference. Our volunteers work with City of London Corporation and English Heritage staff members on a variety of conservation and maintenance tasks, all over the Heath and Kenwood. There are work sessions throughout the week and at weekends, as well as special events and visits to other local open spaces.

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  46. Highgate Society

    We are a voluntary organisation with over 1200 members. There are no paid staff, and the organisation is run by an elected Council who serve for 3 years and deal with different aspects of the Society’s activities.The Highgate Society’s reputation makes it the first port of call for anyone seeking to develop, conserve or interpret the quality and character of Highgate. It is a source of civic pride and people will know it for its independence of thought, challenging perspective and positive outlook. We will listen, advise, support and act on behalf of all residents across Highgate.

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  47. Iranian & Kursish Women's Rights Organisation

    IKWRO’s mission is to protect Middle Eastern and Afghan women and girls who are at risk of ‘honour’ based violence, forced marriage, child marriage, female genital mutilation and domestic violence and to promote their rights. We provide direct services for women and girls, including advocacy, training and counselling. We also provide advice and support to professionals from bodies such as the police, social services and schools to help them to understand issues affecting minority ethnic women and we campaign for better laws and their effective implementation as well as for appropriate resources to uphold the rights of women and girls and ensure their safety.

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  48. Irish Chaplaincy

    We are a leading and innovative charity that provides high quality services and support to excluded, vulnerable and isolated Irish emigrants in Britain.

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  49. IWSSN

    The Irish Women Survivors Support Network (IWSSN) supports, advises and campaigns for Survivors of the Irish institutional care system who live across the UK and attended institutions between the 1930s to 1990s.

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  50. Kingsgate Community Association

    It was initially set up in 1982 by a group of local people who wished to establish a community centre in what was then a derelict building, in a common effort to provide low-cost activities to people who would not otherwise be able to access them.

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  51. Kurdish Information & Advocacy Centre

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  52. London Sustainability Exchange

    London Sustainability Exchange (LSx) aims to accelerate the transition to a sustainable London by connecting and motivating people. As a charity we work in partnership with business, government and the voluntary sector to: Reduce London's environmental footprint Improve the lives of London's disadvantaged communities Improve the health of Londoners Improve the knowledge and skills of our communities to achieve these goals.

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  53. Manor Gardens Centre

    Our vision is to be a leader in promoting wellbeing and social inclusion. Our mission is to help people take action to change their lives for the better. Services include a Friendship Network to reduce the social isolation felt by older people, Health Advocacy to improve the wellbeing of refugees, a Preschool for children aged between 2 and 5 years, a Stroke Service, to enable stroke survivors to regain more skills and access local services, a Wellbeing Service, to reduce the stigma around mental health and support people to access the care they need.

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  54. Mary Ward Legal Centre

    The Mary Ward Legal Centre provides free, independent advice to people who live and work in London to help them access their legal rights and entitlements. The main areas of law we can help with are debt, housing and welfare benefits. Mary Ward Legal Centre also runs free advice clinics with the support of volunteer lawyers, for people with problems that fall outside of our traditional casework including small claims, tax, consumer and contract law. We do also offer employment advise and advice on disability issues.

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  55. North London African Families Association

    Offers leisure and recreational activities to African families. Includes advice, information and health promotion. Interpreting and translation service.

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  56. Older Feminists Network

    We are making links with younger and older women in other organisations and in other countries by exchanging newsletters and information to counter the negative stereotypes of older women in society and to challenge the combined ageism/sexism which older women experience

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  57. Oromo Women Association UK

    The purpose of OWA UK is to promote, preserve and protect the physical and mental health of Oromo women by seeking to advance education about female genital mutilation, domestic violence and stereotypes and to advocate ending the bad practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

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  58. Regents Park Somali Welfare Association

    Advocacy sessions covering form filling, interpreting, housing, welfare, education and outreach services. Drop-in: Wed 10am-12noon. No appointment required. Primarily Somali speakers, but can offer support in English.

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  59. Sante Refugee Mental Health Access Project

    Our vision is for refugees and asylum seekers to have the freedom and opportunity to lead independent lives in a community. Our mission is to support refugees and asylum seekers in the London region, particularly those with mental health issues, to gain equal access to health and other essential services.

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  60. Scots Care: Blether Buddies Befriending Service

    ScotsCare supports Scots and the children of Scots living within a 35 mile radius of Charing Cross. The charity provides a range of services including financial assistance through grant giving, advocacy, housing, social events, access to counselling, career coaching, befriending and more!

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  61. Shadow Women's Centre

    Provides support to people of a particular racial or ethnic origin. Helps with education and employment, the relief of poverty, health, accomodation and housing, advocacy and advice and information.

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  62. Somali Community Centre

    Information, advice, advocacy and outreach services to the Somali speaking community in Camden and surrounding areas.

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  63. Somali Group

    Provides advice and advocacy; supplementary classes for Somali children of primary and secondary school age; health sessions for women; mother and toddler groups. Promotes healthy living workshops and taster sessions. Personalisation and social care support, translation service and consultancy or brokerage for organisations wanting to work with the community for the benefit of the community. Innovative projects to engage Somalis with the wider community and mainstream services. Alternative email address: cscc@hotmail.co.uk.

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  64. Somali Organisation Change 4 Life

    Extra curriculum classes

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  65. Somali Supplementary Schools

    British Somali Community is a woman led Refugee Community Organisation set up by and for members of the Somali Community in Camden, some of the poorest and most disadvantaged residents of the borough. It seeks to make a significant improvement in their lives by addressing the educational and recreational needs of Somali children and young people and the health and training needs Somali women and the Somali elderly.

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  66. Street Talk

    Street Talk is a counselling service for women trapped in street based prostitution, as well as women who have been the victims of trafficking. Our aim is to provide professional, specialist care to some of the most vulnerable and marginalised women on our streets.

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  67. Summers Street Residents Association

    Looks After Interests Of The Tenants Of 1-10 Summers Street And Aims To Maintain The Building And Its Surroundings To A High Standard. Members Are The 23 Residents.

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  68. TEST ORGANSIATION

    TEST

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  69. WAND UK

    The Women’s Association for African Networking and Development is a London wide charity based in Islington which works with women in the selected boroughs of Islington, Camden, Hackney, Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster. WAND was established in 2004 and became a company by guarantee and charity in 2005. WAND aims to support and empower African women especially refugees, asylum seekers, migrants and other vulnerable groups including HIV women

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  70. West Euston Time Bank

    A time bank is a way for people to share skills with others in their local community and be rewarded for it – in time. For every hour of time you give providing a service for another participant, you receive one credit.

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  71. WinVisible

    Grass-roots multi-racial group for women with disabilities of all ages, situations and backgrounds. Self help information and support, including support by and for refugees and asylum seeking women with disabilities or long term ill health. Also support and information for independent living and against discrimination. Volunteers welcome. Active against homecare charges and rationing, against violence against women with disabilities, for benefit rights and employment rights, asylum and disability, transport and many other issues. Take part in the Global Women's Strike on March 8th, International Women's Day, and solidarity action with women gas survivors in Bhopal, India. Member of the Campaign Against Care Charges in Camden (CACC)

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  72. Women Against Rape

    Grassroots multi-racial women's group founded in 1976. Offers support, legal advocacy and information to women and girls who have been raped or sexually assaulted. Supports survivors when they report to the police, seek protection from further attacks, or are preparing for court; applying for compensation; or claiming asylum from rape.

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  73. Women at the Well

    Women@theWell envisions a society in which all women are empowered to achieve their full potential free from discrimination, abuse and neglect.

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  74. Women in Prison

    Established in 1983 by Chris Tchaikovsky (a former prisoner) Women in Prison supports and campaigns for women affected by the Criminal Justice System (CJS). WIP is the only women-centred, women-run organisation that provides specialist services to women affected by the criminal justice system both in prison and in the community throughout England. We have bases in London, Woking and Manchester.

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  75. Young Foundation

    The Young Foundation is a leading independent centre for disruptive social innovation. We create new movements, institutions and companies that tackle the structural causes of inequality.

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