Every Sunday, 2-6 pm
Princess May School, Barrett's Grove, Hackney, N16 8AJ
Come to Akwaaba For
- DA Teach In this Sat @ SOAS- Making visible the many forms of women-led, anti-racist, anti-sexist DA against detention, deportation, destitution and the hostile environment - from hunger strikes, sit-ins and individual and collective refusals to co-operate. http://ow.ly/EeXs50kgm7y January 21, 2019 (@EDeportations)
- Warning for all people seeking asylum in the UK: The Home Office are tracking where and how you are using your ASPEN (debit) cards, and can use this information against you. (@UnityCentreGlas - experts in how the Home Office obsessively monitor asylum seekers - predicted this.) https://twitter.com/mrstooth/status/1086966339187691520 … January 20, 2019 (@lukejbutterly)
- Unlawfully detained couple awarded £90k in damages https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-lancashire-46927791 … Well done @publiclawcentre @NELMAcampaigns making sure the Home Office is held to account for its unlawful & unjust policies and that the victims get some kind of justice #HomesNotBorders January 19, 2019 (@HousingActionSL)
- I find @Guardian's framing of yesterday's #NairobiAttack so offensive. I understand the principle of highlighting the effects of an event on the citizens of the country in which a paper is based (in this case the UK), but from the start, the @guardian has put the fact of...pic.twitter.com/heHH1x39S3 January 16, 2019 (@jamesjwan)
What Our Members Say
Before I came to Akwaaba, I felt very alone. But it is different now.
When we first came to London, everything was new. For the first three months I didn’t leave my house. But after coming to Akwaaba, I go out a lot.
Akwaaba has touched so many people’s life. Akwaaba has helped me to gain back my confidence.