Black Lives Matter

posted by by Theresa Wilding on 27th November 2020

Following the recent wave of Black Lives Matter protests across the world and the call to action from the Black Lives Matter movement, YWHP acknowledges the need for positive action to ensure that our services are accessible and welcoming to all who need us – including actively challenging racism. We support the right of all […]

Following the recent wave of Black Lives Matter protests across the world and the call to action from the Black Lives Matter movement, YWHP acknowledges the need for positive action to ensure that our services are accessible and welcoming to all who need us – including actively challenging racism.

We support the right of all people, of all racial backgrounds, to access safe places and support. We recognise the ways in which Black and Ethnic Minority people can experienced abuse and the barriers that can prevent them from accessing support.

YWHP welcomes all young women who need us.

This includes recognising, supporting and understanding the diversity of women’s experiences as well as the experiences they share.

In accordance with the Equality Act 2010, we aim to create an inclusive community where people are enabled to meet their full potential and are treated as individuals. 

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