Giving women and girls access to high quality, relevant education helps them in to work and out of poverty. We support partners delivering female education projects in vulnerable communities across the world through our local-led approach.
How can loneliness and isolation be reduced within migrant and refugee communities in the UK and Europe? The Wonder Foundation believes that through reducing language and cultural barriers, providing safe, congregational spaces, and encouraging personal developed through mentoring can provide some answers.
On the 6th of July, Wonder’s Director of Policy and Campaigns, Olivia Darby, and FATIMA Project Manager, Paola Delmonaco ran a workshop at the 2018 NATECLA Conference, "Feeling confident to learn: Creating education spaces where women feel welcome".
Policy and Research Intern, Flora, responds to the Government's Integration Green Paper on behalf of Wonder.
"Integration was emphasized as a two-way street, requiring everyone to play a role in engaging others." Wonder Intern, Flora, gives an overview of the KMKY Policy Conference.
Last month, after weeks of anticipation, we celebrated our two-year anniversary partnership party with Romulo Café at none other than Romulo Café in Kensington!
Join our core team to share trafficking and modern slavery awareness to your peers. As part of this project, you will access FREE, CERTIFIED training.
We urgently need your help to raise money for our partners in Guatemala to support families affected by the devasting volcanic eruption on Sunday.