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Our new London Communities programme partners

We’re excited to share the four community partners selected to work with us over the next four years as part of our London Communities programme.

The British Institute of Human Rights and Just Fair have teamed up to offer a programme of support to community groups across London from 2023 – 2028. The first stage of the programme involved a series of four free workshops open to community and voluntary groups across the city, giving them a chance to explore the ways they can use the UK’s Human Rights Act and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in their work to bring about better outcomes for the people they support.

The next stage involved the creation of four free resources, which are now available to access online. These cover an introduction to human rights; the value of using human rights; stories of a human rights-based approach; and what we’ve heard from people living in London.

We are now moving into the third stage of the programme where we offer four years of funding and tailored support to four organisations to support them to embed human rights in their work. These partners were selected after a competitive application process, where we heard from groups across the city about the brilliant work they’re doing to improve the lives of people living in London.

Indoamerican Refugee and Migrant Organisation (IRMO) 

IRMO works to enable the development, agency, and participation of Latin Americans and other Spanish and Portuguese speakers, by responding to both immediate needs and structural inequalities. They do this by offering high-quality information and advice services, opportunities for development and training, and a platform to seek social and systemic change. 

Community Plan for Holloway 

Community Plan for Holloway is calling for the redevelopment to provide much needed social housing, genuinely affordable homes, community amenities, and a Women’s Building providing services for people in Islington and further afield: a true legacy for the women of Holloway. 



Unfold has been supporting families and young people in Westminster for over 30 years, adapting the shifting needs of the community. Over the years, they’ve provided befriending services, sports activities and support to families at risk of homelessness. 


Southall Community Alliance (SCA) 

SCA is a charity established to bring together voluntary and community groups, businesses and local residents in Southall to address the social, cultural, religious and local needs of the area in order to make Southall a good and satisfying area in which to live and work. 

We’ll be sharing updates and progress from our work with our new partners as the programme progresses. To get the latest news, sign up to our dedicated mailing list.

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