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As part of the UKPAC remit we contribute, on your behalf, to a number of reports/inquiries. We also attend meetings of national bodies on matters of interest and importance to the organisation. Links will be provided to copies of these reports, our responses where applicable, and accounts of the meetings. We will also provide links to any reports which are concerned with issues which Soroptimists are particularly involved with. A number of Resources are available on the Members area of the SIGBI website:

Some Resources are available in the Members area of SIGBI website under Members Area Menu Resources:

Programme Action PosterUKPAC Logo:  UKPACUKPAC Poster: Publication2    The UKPAC has produced a leaflet for Clubs and Regions to download. It illustrates a selection of the types of project we work on across the UK.  General UKPAC Promotional Leaflet  ukpacgeneralleaflet

The UKPAC completed its work with the Modern Training Delivery Group. The UKPAC Modern Slavery Report:    The Modern Slavery Report   SIGBI Modern Slavery Booklet 2018 July 2018 Final_ (2)



What 3 Words App– Free to communicate location – used by emergency services – usually needs a phone signal

Walksafe+ webpage & App – Free on the App Store and on Android – reveals dangerous places of previously reported incidents – for safer route planning to walk.

StreetSafe webpage & App – anonymous reporting to the police of places that don’t feel safe. 0333 335 0026 Fridays & Saturdays: 19:00 – 03:00 Sundays: 19:00 – 01:00

National Stalking Helpline –  0808 802 0300  –  Information on what to do whether you are being stalked or think you are in danger of being stalked

Stamp Out Spiking



The Survivors Trust – national umbrella organisation for Specialist Rape & Sexual Abuse Services 120 support groups across the country to find local support.

Refuge supporting those who have experienced abuse – links to local support.

Hub of Hope support with mental health issues links to local support. Mind help with mental health issues, links to local support.

Victim Support support line (24/7) 08081689111; Online Live chat links to local support.


Commission on the Status of Women 

Violence Against Women and Girls


The National FGM Centre’s Vision is to keep children and young people safe from FGM and other Harmful Practices, including ending new cases of FGM by 2030. Through our work we aim to:

  • Prevent new cases
  • Protect children and young people
  • Support those affected by FGM and other Harmful Practices
  • Partner to deliver services and learn

We have had 450 case referrals between Sept 2015 – March 2019 from our Local Authorities in East England and London.  14 from other Local Authorities in England and Wales. We have supported the application of 28 FGM Protection Orders over this time.   As of October 2017, we have expanded our remit to include Breast Flattening and Child Abuse Linked to Faith or Belief.  The National FGM Centre is a partnership between Barnardo’s and the Local Government Association (LGA) to achieve a systems change in the provision of services for children and families affected by Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). Funded by the Department of Education as part of its Children’s Social Care Innovation Programme.  The Centre works closely with key partners from Local Authorities, Health, Education, Police, and the voluntary sector to achieve its vision and aims. In 2017, the Centre’s remit was extended to include Breast Ironing/Flattening and Child Abuse Linked to Faith or Belief.

Anti Slavery Partnership

Partnership is essential to effective action against modern slavery. Throughout the UK many different organisations are working hard to prevent slavery, promote identification of victims, provide support services to survivors, and ensure that slavery cannot flourish.   Explore this toolkit to find out how to improve your local partnership’s response to slavery.

Reducing Women’s Imprisonment – Prison Reform Trust

You can download a copy of the PRT 2018–2023 strategic plan to find out how we will work to achieve the vision by clicking here. 

As a part of the follow up to “Transforming Lives – reducing women’s imprisonment” there is a report on the Soroptimist International website.


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