Posts Tagged: mothers

Patron Nazir Afzal – Cash-Strapped Charities like JAN Trust must be supported

‘Isn’t protecting our communities worth shaking the money tree?’ Our Patron Nazir Afzal has written in the ByLine Times about JAN Trust’s lack of funding from the government. Significant funding to anti-crime, pro-victim organisations such as JAN Trust are key to seeing long-term crime reduction. Read the article here or below: Boris Johnson’s Government appears …

Breaking down the language barrier in immigrant families

ESOL services are a vital part of successful integration for many immigrant families, with these services in increasing jeopardy, it will be women and children who will suffer the most.    Embed from Getty Images For first generation immigrants, coming to the UK to build a life and raise a family can contain various complications. …

CEO writes for The Huffington Post

CEO writes for The Huffington Post

“I left my job and came on-board to the JAN Trust which is a multi-award winning women’s NGO supporting and empowering marginalised women and mothers to lead better lives and to become role models to their children.” Sajda has written about her 7/7 experience for The Huffington Post. Click here to read Sajda’s opinion piece.

Web Guardians™ comes to Portsmouth!

Web Guardians™ comes to Portsmouth!

“As mothers we’re the first line of defence. Like we would guard our house, we should guard our children from bad things online. It’s about mums having conversations with their kids – making them feel safe and able to confide in them.” JAN Trust visited Portsmouth to deliver our Web Guardians™ programme. Read more about …

Web Guardians™ featured in the news

Web Guardians™ featured in the news

“The women were given knowledge and education about using the internet, and improved their ability and confidence to protect their children from online radicalisation.” Our Director spoke about the Web Guardians™ programme that was held in Portsmouth. Read more here.