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Mission Statement

Broken chains is a Human rights organization which provides various areas of help, such as providing education sources to defeat major areas of discrimination. We study and address matters which are occurring around the world today, our aim is to inspire and unite others regardless of religion, sexuality, race or gender. Broken Chains fights for the needs of human equality, we also respond to those who are victims of conflicts and natural disasters. We provide the basic needs and support to those who have been victims of these causes.

Our aim

Our aim is to create solutions and attack matters without the need of violence or weaponry. Broken Chains supports those who are in need of help, by being the louder voice to those who are afraid and only whisper. We can only progress with this by educating others on each matter.

We organise events and stands to create awareness and to make a statement. One of our methods of educating is done is in a form of case study.

We understand that it is difficult to change an opinion without giving a right reason to do so, in saying that providing case studies has proven to be a good educational tool. It gives one the opportunity to acquire a better understanding of a particular subject and make their own decision about how they feel on the issue we believe that the strategies we use to cover each topic definitely contribute to individual changes.

Vast amount of research is done over a period of time, to ensure that all areas of the subject is discussed

In our first case study "Reading in between the lines of homophobia" we covered areas such as, history, law, religion and media. We discussed what the bible does and doesn't say about homosexuals and homosexuality, including personal testimonies of life experiences of others.

Included was also an analysis of how the media contributes to homophobia, also the route of homophobia itself. With each case study we strategically plan how we can create public awareness by working with the media such as TV, Radio, Press and Internet. We also campaign to encourage tolerance, for example by organising conferences and meetings, and working with the media and trying to involve those who are powerful in society.

We believe that people of all beliefs and every walk of life, should be united as one to help make these issues history by contributing to the basic needs of others such as freedom, happiness, safety, health and education.

We need to take a stand for what we believe in, and inspire others to do the same.


One of our special online features is our online advisor service, this enables users who seek advice to speak confidentially online with one of our trained councillors.

Some of the tasks with include:

  • Assessing people's emotional needs.
  • Advice on the best approaches and provisions to support their development.
  • Support people's emotional wellbeing.
  • Also, check up on their achievements, especially those in complex circumstances.
  • Provide consultation, advice and support.

We also provide consultancy which works with adults, families and young individuals to resolve conflicts and achieve changes within areas of social and criminal justice.

We believe that prevention is better than cure, therefore we provide useful information and advice to all at no cost. Included in our service is our mentor and work shop programme which we provide to schools and local communities.

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This area of activity works in raising awareness of own behaviour, using practical strategies such as, examine repair and the move forward approach. The main objective in this area is to cause an action that will enable a reaction to allow changes to occur. Also breaking negative patterns of negative self viewing and of others. This encourages steps forward from any difficulty and steps towards possibilities of change and self achievement.

We aim to build strong relations with powerful figures of today, who can contribute to world change, such as The United nations and governments across the world. Our main aim is to expand on a global level, to create a huge network of people around the world. To encourage others to gather and discuss these issues.

Support isn't financial, Support can be having faith, pride and hope for a cause, and also encouragement. We hope to inspire you and others for support.

Not only do we hope to help others in ways we can talk about, but also help others in ways that will also be visual to all.


Contact us

Broken Chains
Human & Equal Rights Organization
15-17 Caledonian Road
N1 9DX


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Telephone: 0044 208 133 4614 
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