March 2012

A team of MBA post-graduate students from the Warwick Business School has just completed a project with Kairos WWT The project looked at a variety of new initiatives including the development of a computerised database which forms the heart of a new reporting system. This system will enable KairosWWT

On 8th March 2012, International Women’s Day, a group of nervous women gave a show-stopping performance at Warwick University of a series of monologues representing different aspects of womanhood. These monologues were written and performed by a group of women from a variety of social and cultural backgrounds as part of

Kairos WWT was delighted to receive a grant from the Lloyds TSB Foundation for England and Wales to secure some new services. One of these services is a much needed prevention initiative. Research shows that young people who have been sexually exploited are more likely to become involved in, or continue to

Kairos WWT is pleased to announce that we are now fully signed up to the VEV (Visual Evidence for Victims) Project led by Victim Support in the West Midlands. Staff were fully trained yesterday by West Midlands Police to take images of injuries and damage to property. Many victims of violent