We launched our report on migrant girls’ education in Parliament, with attendees including the Children’s Commissioner for England and MP Sarah Champion.
Access to education is a right that all children are entitled to. But many migrant girls in the UK have been falling through the cracks, and are missing out on the education they deserve.
Sarah, a teenage girl from Eastern Europe, has been in the UK for nine months. Although she has the same right to education as any child born in the UK, she has not been able to secure a place in school.
In 2021, WONDER Foundation began a partnership with The Giving Block to start accepting donations from the crypto community.
The challenges migrant women and girls face don’t end after they arrive in the UK. WONDER’s partner, the Baytree Centre, helps women and girls adjust to life in a new country.
Women are at a greater risk of exploitation, sexual and gender-based violence, and human trafficking throughout their migration journey and upon arrival.
At our transnational Being and Belonging conference, young people discussed the importance of listening to Ukrainians.
Our partners in Poland and the UK are working with families to help children integrate into local schools and continue their studies.
Many of our local partners are engaged in supporting refugee and migrant women navigate life in a new country, so they can build a strong future for themselves and their families.
In this blog, our Polish partners share their experiences of supporting families who arrive from Ukraine. Since Russia invaded, over three million refugees have fled Ukraine. Most have gone to Poland, where WONDER is working with our local partners to provide emergency and long-term support to hundreds of families. Galina’s family, Krępsk “Today we welcomed a […]