The Sky Project were ecstatic to have been shortlisted for ‘Charity of the Year’ at the South West Business and Community Awards. It was a fantastic night and even better when we were finalists! Congratulations to the entire team.
The Sky Project took a stand for women and girls on International Women’s Day, that is, their basic human right to marry on their own terms. Due to the pandemic, it is estimated that there could be an additional 13
Happy New Year from all The Sky Project Team! 2020 has certainly been a difficult and challenging year for most of us, but particularly victims of Forced Marriage and ‘Honour’ Based Abuse. Please click here to read the our latest
Sabeena Pirooz was nominated for the Inspirational Women in Law Awards for her work for The Sky Project. Although not a win on the evening of 5th November 2020, Sabeena was proud to reach the finals and hear inspirational speeches
On 14th July 2020, The Sky Project team remembered Honour Based Abuse victims on The Day of Remembrance. This commemorates the birthday of Shafilea Ahmed, murdered at 17 by her parents for refusing a forced marriage. #notforgotten
As Director of the Sky Project in Bristol and also being born in Britain as a person of colour – I stand in solidarity with the worldwide Black Lives Matter movement. This important opportunity to tackle racism on all fronts
Sabeena Pirooz, Director of the Sky Project, will be providing a 1 hour accredited training session on the 19th March 2020. Tickets are £10 per session (plus a small administration charge) with all monies raised being put back into the charity. The training will take place at: Bristol Law Society, 12 Colston Avenue Bristol, BS1 4ST