Rosie Lewis – Nominee – 2020

Rosie is the Deputy Director of the Angelou Centre and manages the organisation’s services for Black women and girl survivors. She has been involved in social justice activism and arts organising for more than 25 years. Through the Angelou Centre, Rosie has contributed to important research projects like the 2017 ‘Unequal Regard, Unequal Protection’ which […]

H.O.P.E – Nominee – 2020

H.O.P.E. was founded by Meena Kumari in 2008 to provide consultancy and training on violence against women. The group has played an important role in co-ordinating a specifically black, Asian and minority ethnic women-focused response to the increase in domestic violence during the lockdown. The regular meetings they host over zoom are attended by numerous […]

Coleen Dion – Nominee – 2020

Coleen’s campaigning and leadership have emerged from her membership of a group for Church Survivors of Sexual Abuse and her work supports and stands up for those who have experienced sexual abuse within the context of institutional Christianity. Excluded from ordination for speaking out, and excommunicated from the Church for counter-protesting Catholic anti-abortion protests and […]