Southall Black Sisters Recent Activities
Recent events surrounding the tragic death of Sarah Everard in March 2021 have reignited a much-needed national conversation about the immense dangers faced by many women and children in their homes and on our streets. The need for protection and support for women...
On Sunday 4 April 2021, following a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, Liberty published findings from the Home Office’s Equality Impact Assessment (EIA) into its punitive and legally dubious ‘rough sleeping immigration rule’. The EIA shows that the rule may...
Dear Friends/Supporters Dorothy Udealor-Ugwu (7 April 1970 - 8 March 2021) We would like to thank you all so much for your generous donations to cover the funeral costs of our beloved member and sister Dorothy Udealor-Ugwu. We are delighted to inform you that due to...
Would you like to work at Southall Black Sisters?
We are a fast-paced dynamic and leading advocacy service working to highlight and challenge all forms of gender-related violence against women.
Your time will make a life-changing difference
Volunteering will give you a chance to give back and enrich your experience as well as enhance your skills and gain valuable experience.
This service is free and specifically for women who have experienced gender-based violence
Southall Black Sisters offer the Outreach Services below, click on the relevant link for further information and to access an online booking form. If you have any difficulty in filling out the form below, please contact the SBS Helpline and an advisor can assist you.
You do not have to be a client at SBS to access these services. If you are from an agency and would like to refer your client for specialist advice and assistance, please indicate on the form, whether you will be able to attend the appointment with your client.