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Black Maternal Voices

We want to give mums a space to grow in their role as parents. As well as accessing their own confidence and power to thrive as individuals, parents can take the lead and positively impact their wider communities.

Women from Black Maternal Voices project pose together smiling and waving

Our group

Offers Support

  • A safe space to share experiences
  • Empower each other
  • Share information and resources

Makes Change

As well as believing in the power of parents, we believe in taking action. We listen to what matters to you, and support you to work with others to make positive change for your family and community. As a part of Citizens UK, we work with schools, universities, faith groups, charities and others in the community to bring about social change that benefits the wider communities we work in.

  • Be heard
  • Collect stories and testimonies
  • Advocate for change
  • Speak to power and decision makers
  • Collaborate with other organisations and agencies who want to help

Join us!

When: 2nd Thursday of every month

Time: 1.00 - 2.30pm

Where: United Reformed Church, SE5 8AE (almost corner with Grove Lane)

Contact: Munira 07399241320 or munira.nesredin@citizensuk.org

Two mothers are in conversation at a Parent Action celebration event.

"Together, we created a sisterhood." Saran reflects on her commitment to mental health support and finding sisterhood through motherhood.