Women from different backgrounds help to make WARN what it is today. But one woman made it happen – Henna Rai. In November 2015, Henna met a group of women in her local community in Birmingham and was inspired by their need to do something to tackle radicalisation. At the time there was no platform for women to speak out, learn and come together to discuss a topic that affected them and their community. WARN changed that.
We admit it, we push things. Often we discuss difficult, even taboo subjects. We have to. It’s a case of the most effective help is always self help. The valuable tools given, will help you to spot the signs – even in the people most closest to you. So you’ll know what to do and where to go for help and support.