We continually work to forge partnerships with other Non-Government Organisations (NGOs), believing that by‘working together we can make a difference’.


The Prison Reform Trust (PRT) is an independent UK charity working to create a just, humane and effective penal system. They believe that reducing the women’s prison population through providing better alternatives to custody should be a government priority.
UNICEF UK is a registered charity raising funds and awareness to support UNICEF’s work to protect child rights worldwide, in accordance with the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC).

The Purple Teardrop Campaign is a Soroptimist International initiative and follows the work against human trafficking done by European and Northern England Soroptimists whose campaign colours and ribbons are purple. The Poole club launched its Purple Teardrop Campaign against Human Trafficking in December 2009. The club’s aim is to spread the Purple Teardrop message as far and as wide as they can. They invite Soroptimists to hold workshops and seminars, distribute posters and sell Purple Teardrop pin-badges in their local communities so as to raise awareness and much needed victim support funds.

Other Groups and Organisations



The Government Equalities Office (GEO) is responsible for equality strategy and legislation across government.


Six-O Group


The Six-0 Group meets periodically with the Minister for Women and the Government Equalities Office to discuss issues of the day.



The group comprises:





The United Nations Association – UK (UNA-UK) is the UK’s leading source of independent analysis on the UN, and a UK-wide grassroots movement.



un women


The UK National Committee for UN Women is the voice of UN Women in the UK. We support the work of UN Women in its mission for gender equality and the empowerment of women.