About Us

S.A.S. RIGHTS is a grassroots-based women-led organisation established in 1995. We are dedicated to addressing social injustices and empowering marginalised communities.  Registered as a not-for-profit organisation in 2016, we strive to create a more inclusive and equitable society. 

Our team of experienced professionals actively engages with diverse minority ethnic groups, proactively identifying and overcoming barriers to provide support and assistance. 

With strong community connections and a commitment to social change, S.A.S. RIGHTS is driven by our passion for creating a better future. 

Our Story

Our story began in 1995 when a group of passionate women came together to address social injustices. Over the years, we have grown into a trusted grassroots organisation with a strong presence in the community. In 2016, we became a registered not-for-profit, solidifying our commitment to creating positive change. Our journey has been marked by relentless dedication and a focus on empowering marginalised communities, including women and minority ethnic groups. With a team of experienced professionals, we actively identify barriers, engage with community needs, and provide support for critical issues. S.A.S. RIGHTS continues to evolve, driven by the belief that everyone deserves equal rights and opportunities. 

Our Founders

A short introduction to your team members and why their background should inspire potential clients’ confidence.

Saima Afzal

Mmapula Diana Kebaneilwe

Johanna Stiebert

Emma Tomalin

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