Our award winning work has been recognised nationally and internationally.
Our project also serves as a voice for marginalized minority female groups in the Criminal Justice System. We work proactively to develop and document good community let practice, amplify unheard voices and impact on relevant policy and practice.
Harmony Hub is based on an award winning research Muslim Women in Prison- Second Chance: Fresh Horizons by the current project team.
This is a challenging area of work, given the social stigma and other sensitivities surrounding Muslim women and criminality.
The fact there is isn’t a provision of this type around the country means we are learning all the time and developing pioneering good practice. For the country and for Bradford this is first.
We are quickly being acknowledged as the specialists in this field and are finding an increase in the number of minority women from other backgrounds accessing our services.
We aim to provide tailored support to women in prison via our Prisoner Resettlement Worker both while they are serving sentences and upon release.
Our support package consists of
For information and referrals contact Khidmat Centres.