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Turkish Cypriot Womens' Project

140a Falkland Road,
N8 0NP
Telephone: 020 8340 3300
Website: Turkish Cypriot Women's Project


Who we are: 

The Turkish Cypriot Women’s Project was set up in November 1984 to target the needs of Turkish Cypriot women.

A small group of Turkish speaking women got together to advise and support these women to help alleviate isolation and encourage them to access vital services.

The Turkish Cypriot Women’s Project has now grown into one of London’s major Turkish speaking women’s organisations that providing high quality and caring service to all Turkish Cypriot, Turkish and Kurdish women.

However, we have extended our services to support any woman that comes to us in need of advice and assistance. Clients may, on some occasions, be referred to agencies better able to meet their needs due to specific language and cultural requirements or a particular expertise. Client’s consent will always be obtained prior to a referral.

Volunteering - our organisation believes that women are inspirational role models and encourages them to actively participate in volunteering. Using existing own skills and experiences to volunteer helps develop and extend knowledge and build self- confidence that helps others and can help women achieve in life.

We may sometimes refer onto other agencies if we feel they are better able to meet the needs of our clients due to specific language and cultural requirements or a particular expertise.


The aims of the Turkish Cypriot Women's Project are:

  • To promote the health and well-being of Turkish speaking women and their families by providing quality advice sessions, seminars and conferences.
  • To promote awareness of the needs of Turkish speaking women amongst statutory/voluntary sector service providers, ensuring effective service delivery and engagement with communities.
  • To provide recreational facilities for women with the objective of improving their quality of life and preventing homelessness and isolation.
  • To identify and meet the developmental needs of women and their children by providing a range of services and facilities that are designed to protect and safeguard children and vulnerable adults.
  • To advance the education of women by the provision of classes and training courses.
  • To ensure that all services are provided within an equal opportunities framework.

Record Last Updated on: 25/04/2018

Time / Date Details

Time of day

  • Morning
  • Afternoon

Session Information

Monday: 9am - 1pm and 2pm-5pm - appointments only
Tuesday: 9am - 1pm and 2pm-5pm - appointments only
Wednesday: closed to the public
Thursday: 9am- 1pm and 2pm-5pm - 30 minute appointments only
First Thursday of the month open door surgery
Friday: 9am-1pm and 2pm-5pm - appointments only

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