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We promote health-based issues.
We are not a human rights organisation. We are do not represent legal issues and are not a legal organisation.
Former campaigns: Femme Protects Life #Femme, I Am Not (I belong #IBelong), No To injury #NoToInjury (Ban Exploitation)
You can join @diamondartsinfo which is the Twitter page for the Femme Protects Life Campaigner, Nancy Sikah. The account is for an commentary about the national emergency crisis in London, U.K. It is based on opinion only and a real, personal account of her experiences. Her account is emotional, but direct and challenges sudden changes which has severely affected her society and everyday life.
Not one celebrity did anything significant other than to criticise me for helping to rescue and save the lives of many people. #NoToInjury
We are no longer promoting musicians in affiliation with Femme Protects Life.
We are currently reviewing our partnership for 2020/21. If you are interested you can contact us here and request a brochure.
In August 2020, we requested a safer evacuation process and arranged that U.K. residents can evacuate gradually once their new residence has been confirmed. (Until September)
7:04 PM Aug 14, 2020
The controversial new film filmed in London (2018 – 2020), has been had emotional responses from residents in some areas in London. It was filmed during the crisis when many people had migrated for the short-term or long-term. Some had lost family and friends but the importance of safety and life preservation was not a priority. Privacy rights and residents were ignored in favour of entertainment.
When are music celebrities promoting charity – PDF – (21 Oct 2020)
World Patient Safety Day 2020: Protecting patients and health workers during COVID-19. – (PDF) – (21 Sept 2020)
Necessary humanitarianism and the denial of it. – (PDF) – (8 Sept 2020)
A Statement (PDF) – (June – August 2020)
Is Adidas still the equality brand – (PDF) (May 2020)
Significant Events – (PDF) – The signs of a crisis (May 2019)
Femme – Hijacked by Sound – (PDF) – My early experiences (June 2018)
‘Femme Protects Life’ Presentation, at the VCS Forum, London (June 2018)
Portrait of ‘Nancy’ by Jenny Holzer at the Artist Rooms: Jenny Holzer, Tate Modern, London, UK (July 2018 – July 2019)
Check here later for our calendar of events in 2021.
Our campaign for 2020 is to help to end the Corona Virus crisis in the Asia-Pacific.
Read more about our campaign here.
The Femme Protects Life Campaign
2018 – 2019 – The Sound Crisis
Femme is a therapy support group for women who have been affected by trauma physically or emotionally. It is to compliment your post-clinical treatment and we offer complimentary therapies to assist your recovery. We have also contributed to a health strategy.
The Sound Crisis is about sound disturbances (hypersonic/ sonic attacks) which have affected many residents across London and the region of Europe. It has been linked to many symptoms of flu and COVID-19 which was officially stated in 2019/ 2020.
You can read more here.