About Southall Black Sisters

Originally set up in 1979, Southall Black Sisters (SBS) has established itself as an iconic organisation based in West London, but with a national reach and reputation for its landmark legal interventions, its contributions to changes in policy for the benefit of Black and minoritised women, and its unique approach to casework and advocacy.

In 1983, SBS set up a not-for-profit advice, campaigning, resource, and advocacy centre for Black and minoritised women, defending women’s rights and freedoms, with a particular focus on challenging all forms of violence against South Asian women. SBS’ casework has highlighted flaws in community and state responses to Black and minoritised women and children and, alongside other BME organisations, it has developed a specialism in meeting the needs of Black and minoritised women and children that have been subjected to violence and abuse. SBS' work is holistic and empowering, and keeps service users needs at the heart of all that it does.

You will be joining a dynamic team of inspiring women, whose work has empowered thousands of women worldwide to assert their fundamental human rights to justice, equality and freedom.

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