Safer London Foundation's Empower project is a support programme addressing young women’s experiences of sexual violence and exploitation.
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- Website of the stillbirth and neonatal death charity.
- Information about school admissions for primary and secondary students. The School Admissions team is part of Universal Services, Cambridge Education@Islington.
- Website offering a wide range of resources for schools.
- The website of SAUK, which offers information and support to young people with scoliosis.
- Sense provides a wide range of services deaf-blind children and also adults. Services include a counselling service for young people and further education.
- Website of the national homelessness charity.
- Shine is the leading UK registered charity providing information and advice about spina bifida and hydrocephalus to individuals, families and carers.
- Sibs is the UK organisation for brothers and sisters of disabled children and adults.
- Website outlining a Sign Health project supporting deaf victims of domestic violence.
- Single Parent Action Network (SPAN) is a nationwide network of one parent families and organisations. We aim to empower families living in poverty and isolation, to improve their lives and life chances.
- A website providing information on vocational, employment and training opportunities, student allowance and further and higher education.
- Specialist advice and support for African-Caribbean and Asian women experiencing violence and abuse.
- News, information, informed opinion about SEN by parents for parents.
- Website of the national organisation providing help to people who are paralysed.
- Website of the national charity providing free, independent debt advice and counselling.
- Website for the Stop it Now! charity which also provides a helpline for people worried that a child they know may be at danger of abuse. It also helps people who are worried about their own thoughts and behaviour towards children.
- Advice and resources to prevent human trafficking.
- Street League works with young people in a structured football and education 'Academy' programme, with two hours in the classroom and two hours on the pitch each day.