Asma, Survivor of Honour Based Abuse reflects on Karma Nirvana’s Day of Memory conference.

Karma Nirvana held its third Day of Memory  to remember those who have been killed in the name of so called ‘honour’.  The event took place in Leeds at the magnificent Civic Hall.

Travelling up from London for this event was an honour for me, an honour in its truest sense.  Not the misguided notion of honour that meant females, males and also non-binary people were  murdered by so called family members who were supposed to love and cherish them.

There were events to commemorate the Day of Memory all over the UK, I imagined all the gatherings and how they could be, some with flowers, Continue reading “Asma, Survivor of Honour Based Abuse reflects on Karma Nirvana’s Day of Memory conference.”

Zee, Survivor of Forced Marriage reflects on Karma Nirvana’s Day of Memory Conference.

Waking up to the third annual Day of Memory, I was very excited that this year it was being held in West Yorkshire – my home county. Feeling very proud that the authorities I grew up with who didn’t know about forced marriage and honour based abuse, were now united with Karma Nirvana in a mission to end it. Continue reading “Zee, Survivor of Forced Marriage reflects on Karma Nirvana’s Day of Memory Conference.”