How to Best Support Black, Minoritised and Migrant Women

“ The training has been highly informative and really well put together. I will take away a lot of practices that can be thread into my frontline advocacy work.”

Hibiscus Client

“ The case studies captured every angle, gave a real feel, and provided an overview of what an individual might be facing and the support they need.”

Hibiscus Client


This training is intended for organisations that wish to work to better support Black, minoritised and migrant women who are involved in the immigration and/ or criminal justice systems. The training will work to address the additional disadvantages faced by these women. The overall goal is to teach organisations to identify and highlight the unique intersectional challenges of being a Black, minoritised and migrant woman. The session will provide attendees with information and practical tools to use in their work.


  • Attendees will leave with an understanding of the compounding issues and biggest challenges faced by Black, minoritised and migrant women.
  • Attendees will learn how to address the intersectional needs of Black, minoritised and migrant women in the Immigration and/or Criminal Justice systems.
  • Attendees will receive a toolkit that they can refer to when working with Black, minoritised and migrant women to ensure support provided is suitable.
  • Attendees will gain knowledge and skills that they can apply to casework and activities that are being conducted for Black, minoritised and migrant women.