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H.O.P.E national calls

H.O.P.E national calls are a national platform which started in April 2020- The H.O.P.E calls have enabled people to come together during C19 and have open discussions and share good practice around domestic abuse/ sexual violence within Black, Asian & minority ethnic communities. These meetings have created a safe space for front line workers, activists, survivors, academics, policymakers and students among many others. In 2020 H.O.P.E would like to thank a donor who wishes to remain anonymous for their donation. H.O.P.E would like to thank Llyods community foundation for their grant of £12500 for these calls to continue into 2021. Please read full press release here.

H.O.P.E digital ART project

H.O.P.E digital ART project launched in May 2020 – This Art project raises awareness of and celebrates black, Asian and minority ethnic women working/advocating/campaigning within the domestic abuse & sexual violence sector and to raise funds for charities supporting black, Asian & minority ethnic victims. In 2020 this project was 100% funded by Meena Kumari. H.O.P.E are now looking for sponsorship/donations for this project. If you would like to donate please click here. If you would like to sponsor a whole set of images (12 Black & Brown Women) please contact Meena Kumari on admin@hopetraining.co.uk or 07872907480). The aim is to get this project to 100 women by 2021. H.O.P.E would like to thank Safelives for their donation towards this project in 2021.

H.O.P.E digital ART calendar

H.O.P.E digital ART calendar 2021. H.O.P.E would like to thank Stephanie McBurney Domestic and Sexual Violence Team ManagerCommunity Safety and Sarah Bywater Communications and marketing officer for their support in the development and printing of these calendars. These can no longer be purchased from H.O.P.E. Again we thank anyone who purchased them from H.O.P.E in 2020.

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