What's going on at Wonder?

News and events

Following the Wonder Foundation’s 2016 research, “Women Breaking the English Barrier” we want to know more about how vulnerable migrant women best learn English. 

 WONDER awarded Erasmus+ funding for integration policy project

We're sad to share that our advisor, mentor and friend Dr Raheal Gabrasadig passed away last week. 

European partners convened in Riga to move our Erasmus+ funded mentoring project forward.

Wonder's Policy Director Olivia Darby met with partners and similar education projects in Rome last week to share knowledge and gather feedback on the challenges faced by vocational and female focussed educational institutions around the world. 

Save the date!

Saturday 7th October sees the return of our annual fundraising ball to be hosted at one of London's finest venues, the Lansdowne Club in Mayfair.

 

Ofcom for raised money for our education projects, so this week we visited them to share more about Wonder and the students they'll be helping. 

Our Wonderful supporter commits to sponsor two girls in the Philippines. 

Mark your diaries for a London screening of "Ignacio de Loyola" in aid of Wonder's work in April. 

Our new project, funded by Erasmus+, will share the UK's mentoring knowledge across four European countries to help young people build resilience. 

Wonder supporters share skills with students at a partner school in the Philippines. 

Join Wonder and the Anti-Tribalism Movement for a discussion around child protection and community action on International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation.

We highlight the value of community language teaching, in response to discussions around an oath of integration and the Casey Review on integration and social cohesion. 

We held our annual carol concert to kick off the festive season on Sunday 4th December in aid of our partner education projects. 

Wonder responds to the Casey Review on integration by emphasising the need for targeted language support for vulnerable women and projects to encourage social mixing.