“It has been perfect here. I feel secure. When I first came here I was very scared, but here I have been given the opportunity to learn and help myself. I had to leave my family and now feel like I have a new one.”
- Female, Pakistan.
“You guys have saved my life, I have so much love for you guys. God bless palm cove.”
- Male, Britain.
“Thank you so to everybody. I always felt like nothing ever went right for me, but here things are moving forward for me.”
- Male, Bangladesh.
Being granted refugee status might mean all our problems are behind us, but on the contrary, problems just start…
Forced Marriage & Trafficking Testimonial – Police Adult Protection Unit
May I first thank Palm Cove Society and both the staff members that I spoke to for your help and support in relation to my client. Working within the Adult Protection Unit your society is…
A Domestic Violence Victim on a Spouse Visa
My name is Ms S, I am a woman from Uganda. I arrived in the UK in 2012 on a Spouse Visa. I was very happy to join my husband in the UK after a period of living apart.
Not long after my arrival my husband became so controlling and abusive towards me…
A Student Testimony
“I would like to thank you all for the opportunity and the fantastic experience
Justice for the Disbelieved
by HALLIKI VOOLMA a Phd Researcher, 04.12.2013:
A Victim of Human Trafficking’s Story
A University Student
A Bradford University Student on placement at Palm Cove Society has been offered the opportunity to work with us during her 2015 summer break. She wrote:
“Hi Yvonne and Gerard. Just emailing you both to say Thank You once again…
Executive Summary Domestic Abuse and Women With No Recourse to Public Funds
by Rebecca Dudley, a Phd Researcher 15.03.2014