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The Peel Project was set up in 2021 to provide support services to the local Hull community with an emphasis on Black, Asian & Minority Ethnicities (BAME) communities including asylum seekers and refugee families.
An increased interest in our services by minority ethnic women, particularly Muslim women has shown us that there is a strong need to maintain a safe space that is easily accessible, and community led by the community, for the community.

The Peel Project Women’s Network Group works to empower the disadvantaged population within BAME communities, particularly refugees, asylum seekers and other immigrants from the newly emerging communities in Hull. Our initiatives and projects work to promote social integration, equality, diversity, and human rights of BAME families, with an emphasis on the mental health and wellbeing of women and children that have been victims of social exclusion and disadvantage.

This report aims to provide a detailed overview of The Peel Project’s support services, activities and events that have focused on creating a more inclusive, empowering, and safe environment for BAME women.

Read the report here.