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July 5, 2017

DV Conference took place in Novotel Hotel, Yekaterinburg, Russia on 16th March 2016 organised by The Crisis Centre for Women and Children “Ekaterina”. The conference was attended by 112 participants from various sectors, including Education, Police, Social Workers and local NGOs. It was opened by the Marzliakova T.G., Human Rights Representative of Sverdlovsk Area and

July 5, 2017

In 2016 we were also fortunate to be awarded funding to work with partners SABR in Uzbekistan the project “Tackling Gender Imbalance and Economic Empowerment Of Women In Uzbekistan” was successfully delivered.   The project supported vulnerable women and girls from rural areas to gain skills and confidence to enter employment or self-employment and to assist

July 5, 2017

On 1st February 2017 an international Round Table entitled “The role of informal education in developing employment opportunities for women and youth in local communities.” was held in Jizzakh with the participation of local authorities, NGOs, media, representatives of the Embassy of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland in Uzbekistan, the partners from URU Connect

July 5, 2017

The Domestic Violence Conference held on the 23rd March 2017 was attended by over 80 people from public and NGO sector.  It was opened by Deputy Minister of Social Policy of the Sverdlovsk Region Evgeny Shapovalov and Martin Fener, Consul General of Great Britain in Ekaterinburg.  The conference was chaired by Ludmila Ermakova, director of

September 10, 2013

“Asrlar Sadosi” Festival 2010 was hosted in Khiva – an ancient city in Khoresm Region of Uzbekistan. This was a grand collaborative project of the Fund Forum and UNESCO, which will present the entire diversity of Uzbek national traditions and customs, applied art, and oral traditions. Khiva, an eastern pearl hidden within the red sands

May 30, 2013

Three inspirational women presented on Friday 24 May 2013 at the International event organised by the  West Midlands Branch of the Uzbek- British Society. The event took place at the Birmingham & Midland Institute and featured presentations by Mavluda Shirinova, Chair of The Social Initiatives Support Fund from Uzbekistan, Jo Cameron, The Founder of The