Apna Haq is both a member of, and contributes thought leadership to, several networks and forums that work to address violence against women and girls (VAWG) from Black and minoritised communities in the UK.
Here are the networks, forums and organisations that Apna Haq works with.
Rotherham Ethnic Communities Network (RECN)
The RECN exists to provide support and voice and influence for the Black and minoritised led organisations of Rotherham. Founded by the Rotherham Ethnic Minority Alliance, Apna Haq is proud to be a member and for our CEO Zlakha Ahmed to chair the network.
Voluntary Action Rotherham
Along with many other charitable organisations in the area, Apna Haq belongs to the Voluntary Action Rotherham group, and is a member of Rotherham VCS Children, Young People and Families Consortium network.
The Fatima Network grew out of the Fatima Project (2014-2016), and now encompasses 15 UK-based Black and minoritised women’s groups and organisations, which includes Apna Haq.
South Yorkshire Domestic Abuse Scrutiny Panel
Apna Haq are members of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) South Yorkshire Domestic Abuse Scrutiny Panel. We provide evidence and support with scrutinising cases of domestic abuse.
South Yorkshire Women’s VAWG forum
Our Chief Executive Zlakha Ahmed, is a co-chair of the Violence Against Women and Girls Forum operating throughout South Yorkshire.