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Sangini

Sangini is led by BME women and reaches diverse women (including asylum seekers and refugees) and other excluded women in innovative and creative ways whilst providing opportunities for tackling inequalities.

It has pioneered an arts-based practice targeting women from BME and socially excluded groups for 17 years.

Fostering partnerships and sharing of knowledge are at the heart of its activities. Sangini aims to promote inclusion, integration and participation through the arts, culture and social activities as well as challenge inequalities and invisibility of women at grassroots and policy level.

Sangini believes in creative interventions and works with artists from diverse backgrounds to create a variety of approaches to engage with marginalised groups, often addressing issues, such as mental health, domestic violence, gender equality.

 


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