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THE POWER OF EDUCATION: 30 Years of Supporting Women’s Learning

After thirty years of hard work and service to the community, here at JAN Trust we really value commitment to education. The courses we provide locally give women the tools they need to integrate in society and keep themselves and … Continue reading

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JAN Trust – Where it all began

This year JAN Trust is celebrating its 30th anniversary, and we would like to tell you all the story of how the charity was founded! JAN Trust was formed, 30 years ago in 1989, as a result of an overwhelming demand … Continue reading

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Breaking down the language barrier in immigrant families

ESOL services are a vital part of successful integration for many immigrant families, with these services in increasing jeopardy, it will be women and children who will suffer the most.    For first generation immigrants, coming to the UK to … Continue reading

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On The Importance of Women

Women comprise about half of the world’s population. This half of the world is hugely important in community development, and in the local and global economy. Yet, society is not doing what needs to be done to empower women and … Continue reading

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