Cumbria Multicultural Women’s Network brings together women of diverse cultures now living in Cumbria, for the purpose of acknowledging and celebrating individual heritage and traditions, sharing unique and collective experience, and nurturing skills and confidence; thus enhancing abilities to integrate with local community and pursue new opportunities.

Who We Are

Active Partnerships

The exciting developments of our multicultural network are due in no small part to the generous sharing of ideas, practical help and enthusiasm of the many individuals and organisations we have met and worked with on the way. 

We are proud to be a part of a powerful network of organisations working together to change society.

The following organisations represent a section of a wide variety of such partnerships.

Cumbria Multicultural Community Forum CMCF works closely with CMWN in Furness area

Migrant Workers:  Contacts for Eden & West coast, Cumbria

Cumbria Equality Resource Centre

Wai Yin- 主页Home  The largest Chinese community service provider in Britain

europia Support service for Eastern Europeans in Manchester

Southall Black Sisters   Forced Marriage Training Seminar / NRPF

Awaz Equality Cumbria

Musicians Without Borders To support the work of Musicians without Borders or to find out how you can get involved visit the website or call 07752 505269. Registered charity in England

Oxfam Routes to solidarity

Refuge For women and children against Domestic Violence

UHC  Award winning artist's co operative, Manchester

Vincent O'Brien / Visible Voice
International research; visual ethnography

Manchester Art Gallery  Partners - In Translation project

In Translation  
Website and Blog

Signal Films + Media

Furness College

Barrow 6th Form College

Octopus  Arts cooperative, Barrow 

List to be continued ........

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