This week Karma Nirvana has dedicated its remembrance page to Krishna who was born on the 16th of September 1995.
Every day this week a new message has appeared on this page in tribute from Krishna Family and friends.
Today Krishna would …Read More
I wish I had the chance to meet you, I know mum misses you everyday. Every Robin we see reminds us of you. My #BirthdayWishes to you is that you did not die in vein, in your death thousands …Read More
Overwhelmed, deep gratitude, pain and even joy are just some of the words describing how my body and soul were feeling as I stood yesterday in the heart of Bradford city centre surrounded by solicitors holding 100 balloons.
A law firm …Read More
8.30am – Priya at her desk ready for the day ahead
My mornings mostly begin with an uplifting walk to work, whilst beside me on the road traffic begins to build up. I begin thinking about the day and the tasks …Read More
Karma Nirvana launched its first Community Roadshow yesterday. We kicked off in Luton and I’m feeling a number of emotions but let me start with the word WOW!
The team arrived with leaflets and energy to a bustling line of people …Read More
Karma Nirvana has trained 5 police officers from Surrey police to deliver a specialist training programme to response officers across the Surrey policing area. This training enables all front line officers to identify honour based abuse and forced marriage. This …Read More
Hi, I am a second-year undergraduate in Arabic and Spanish at Cambridge University and volunteered as a Community Champion for Karma Nirvana.
On Sunday 24th April, I was very lucky and grateful to be invited to the Cambridge University Amnesty International …Read More
In March 2016, Karma Nirvana trained 20 specialist honour based abuse and forced marriage Officers to tackle these heinous crimes in Cheshire. Cheshire is a place close to Karma Nirvana’s heart, as it was in Cheshire that the barbaric murder …Read More
How has the word spread throughout the world of Soroptimists? Forced Marriage is one of Soroptimist International’s flag ship projects along with other types of violence against women and therefore we are all aware of the problems and conscious of …Read More
I was giving a talk at an Anthropological conference in Edinburgh in 2012, and the keynote speaker spoke fleetingly about the case of Banaz Mahmood, not about her horrific death but simply how they managed to identify her body. At …Read More
We’re delighted to announce that the uniformed public services students at Derby College raised a fantastic £500 to support our helpline. What makes their efforts extra special is that this college was the first ever further education establishment in the …Read More