Introducing Abianda I set up Abianda in 2014 to change the way services are delivered to young women and girls who are affected by gangs. We have developed a unique model that is being used across England and in Europe. In 2016 Nesta and the Observer awarded us the New Radicals award, because we are […]
We are very excited to launch Yo Mumma’s House, a new business start-up project for young women in Islington. With kind support from Islington Council, and in partnership with London Village Network (LVN), we will be supporting young women to become their own boss. Over 26 weeks young women will take part in LVN’s ‘Be Your […]
Final programme – book now! Forthcoming dates 2nd, 3rd & 4th May, at Islington Town Hall, Upper Street How to book Download the Abianda training booking form, complete it and specify your preferred dates and then return it to: firstname.lastname@example.org Feel free to call if you would prefer to talk to us in person: t: 02076860520 You […]
Easily the best training of 2016. The young women were fantastic, knowledgeable and inspiring... tremendous value!
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