During this turbulent time being able to offer the same level of support to our service users has had its challenges. But that has certainly not deterred us from giving our all by going the extra mile. Jessie-Emma, who is a Project Worker for Feeling Safe, has written a blog
For Kairos, it’s ‘business as usual’, we’re still here, supporting our women, their requirements haven’t changed and if anything they’ve become increased due to the Coronavirus. Lisa, who is a support worker for Aspire, has written a blog about working during these difficult times. "Every day working for Kairos is different,
The last few weeks have bought monumental challenges and changes that we are all trying to comprehend. We have limited our external communication regarding the COVID19 Pandemic, as we have been concentrating our efforts on adjusting to the rapidly changing context we are working within. Clearly, the women we support
We are pleased to hear of the recent decision by the Court of Appeal that the requirement to disclose multiple convictions for street prostitution as part of the Disclosure and Barring Service is unlawful. This means that anyone with historic convictions for street prostitution can apply to have these filtered
One of our amazing volunteers, Shamima, recently completed her time volunteering with Kairos at our Evening Drop-In during her University studies in Coventry. We asked her about her experience, and here's what she had to say: "I began volunteering for Kairos in 2017 and the experience has been an absolute pleasure.