Crossroads Women's Centre
25 Wolsey Mews
Tel: 020 7482 2496
Founded in 1991 by Black women to run services and campaigns, Black Women's Rape Action Project focuses on winning justice for women of colour and immigrant women who have survived rape, racist attacks and other violence. They campaign;
- For justice for women and girls who have survived rape and racist attacks.
- For rape to be officially recognised as persecution and torture and therefore grounds for asylum.
- Against the detention of vulnerable asylum seekers and their families.
- For survivors to get protection and resources in order for them to escape and recover from rape and other violence.
Last updated on 14/08/2015
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