Heba generates £11 of social value for every £1 invested.
Heba has worked with the Womens’ Resource Centre and new economic foundation to examine the costs and long-term benefits of our work. The research demonstrates the far-reaching impact of the services we provide for the women we work with, for their children, and for society as a whole. The report (click here to download as a pdf) outlines the important role of Heba Womens’ Project and draws attention to the need to fund this holistic service that supports women into training and work and helps integration into UK society.
Join us on Monday 3rd March for a day exploring the theme of Women in Public Life. In the morning, we are lucky enough to welcome Rushanara Ali MP to give her perspective and answer your questions about her own journey from a local primary and secondary education to the Houses of Parliament. In the afternoon, we will continue the theme with online research and group discussions.
We start at 10 and finish at 3 and you can come to all or part of the day. A pot-luck lunch will be available for all who attend - you don't have to bring a dish but you are welcome to!
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