OUR MISSION AND VISION
Our aim is to develop the capacity and skills of the members of the socially and economically disadvantaged community of Sindhi women in UK and other areas of the World, in such a way that they are better able to identify, and help meet, their needs and to participate more fully in society by:
- Establishing and running capacity building hubs to support and empower Sindhi women in UK, USA, Canada and in other countries, such as leadership programmes for Sindhi women.
- Providing a local network group that encourages and enables Sindhi women to participate more effectively with the wider community;
- Establishing and running knowledge transfer networks such as, supporting new Sindhi women students for higher education, employment and immigration issues in UK, USA, Canada and other countries;
To promote human rights for Sindhi women (as set out in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and subsequent United Nations conventions and declarations) throughout the world by all or any of the following means:
- Monitoring abuses of human rights;
- Obtaining redress for the victims of human rights abuse;
- Relieving need among the victims of human rights abuse;
- Research into human rights issues;
- Providing technical advice to government and others on human rights matters
- Contributing to the sound administration of human rights law;
- Commenting on proposed human rights legislation;
- Raising awareness of human rights issues;
- Creating educational reports on the status of women in Sindh and distributes them to United Nations, governmental and non-governmental organizations in USA and EU.
To provide the relief of financial need and suffering among victims of natural or other kinds of disaster in the form of money (or other means deemed suitable) for Sindhi women and children and in Sindh, Pakistan and other parts of the world including the provision of medical aid.
To create awareness about Sindhi culture, heritage with its emphasis on Universalism, Tolerance, Peace and Non-violence and to promote women's role in preservation of culture, language and crafts by:
- To celebrate International Sindhi Day
- To celebrate the International Women's Day
- To help promote Sindhi Arts and handicrafts
- To Organise Sindhi Language classes in UK and other parts of the world.
41 Lakeside Avenue, Redbridge, Illford, Essex IG4 5PJ
Phone: +44 7814725386
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