Posts Tagged: Women

‘I’m a Londoner – I survived 7/7 and now fight extremism’ – Sajda Mughal’s interview with the Evening Standard

JAN Trust CEO Sajda Mughal spoke to the Evening Standard for the I’m a Londoner series, about surviving 7/7 and how the experience led her to the work she does today – tackling extremism through families, women and mothers. The I’m a Londoner series is a weekly series from the Evening Standard following important London …

Gender Differences in Radicalisation

In 2014 when ISIS declared its caliphate thousands of women around the world migrated to join debunking the myth that woman did not participate in violent extremism. In fact figures show that with the proclamation of the Caliphate, the number of female departees from EU member states increased significantly for example in Germany the percentage …

JAN Trust founder Rafaat Mughal Wins Local Legends Award at the National Lottery Awards 2019

Huge congratulations to JAN Trust Founder Rafaat Mughal OBE for being awarded the Local Legends Award for London! It is incredibly fitting in the year JAN Trusts celebrates its 30thanniversary that the founder of the charity has been awarded the National Lottery Local Legends Award – a true testament to all she has done for the local community over the last 30 years. In 1989, Rafaat founded JAN Trust having recognised the lack of services available …

Women in the far right: A network of toxic femininity

The world is accustomed to overlooking the power of women, however women are a powerful force in any movement for instance, the Women’s March in January 2017 was an incredible display of what women can do together, fighting for equality and positive change. However there are other movements which women are strengthening behind the scenes …

Period Poverty: It’s Not Over Yet

Thousands of children across the UK miss school, avoid social situations, or are unable to leave the house at all when they can’t afford period products. Meanwhile, with homelessness on the rise, those below the poverty line are being denied the dignity of proper sanitary products. Embed from Getty Images As anyone who has had …

The war on women: The rise of ‘Smart Abuse’

Since the emergence and evolution of smart home technology many women are finding themselves fighting an invisible war in their own homes. What exactly is Smart abuse? Well, smart abuse is defined as technology facilitated harassment, for example, the Telegraph reported that smart doorbells and TVs were increasingly used ‘as a form of control by …