JAN Trust has won, and been nominated for, numerous awards since its launch in 1989 in recognition of the sterling work it has undertaken.
JAN Trust’s work regularly receives press and media coverage.
JAN Trust is a multi award-winning non-profit organisation founded in 1989 to encourage, educate and empower marginalised women making a positive difference to their lives, their families and communities. JAN Trust serves communities across London and the UK.
We are committed to combatting poverty, discrimination, abuse and social exclusion among women who are Black, Asian, minority ethnic, refugees or asylum seekers. Since our launch nearly three decades ago we have helped well over 100,000 women.
With its range of services and projects, JAN Trust is able to help members of these communities better integrate into society as whole enabling them to become active citizens. The organisation prides itself on its ability to offer women a secure space and haven where they can support each other as well as learn how to empower themselves and their families. Read More about us here.
The glorification of violence and extremism has been spreading on social media. We have joined forces with several community groups across the country to stamp it out, by lending our support to the See It, Report It campaign which not only encourages people to report online hate, but explains how you go about it in easy steps. Visit the SIRI website now and play your part in eradicating online extremism.
We were very busy last week with our #counterextremism workshops! Thank you to all the schools & colleges for having us - it's so vital to have these discussions with young people. Looking forward to visiting again! #MondayMorning #CVE #education #dialogue #MondayMotivation pic.twitter.com/2mvI0inckv