The 100 Mothers Movement was established in 2010.
As the first educators of any family, It’s aims were to unite those women who wanted to effect social change in a positive way. Highlighting issues that concern all members of society, the 100 Mothers Movement has provided workshops and courses centered around self-development, in order to enable more mothers to create success withing their families and communities.
In 2011, the 100 Mothers Movement held an exhibition that highlighted the issues of immigrant deaths in police custody. The Family Removals Exhibition at London South Bank University raised awareness and drew attention to the unacceptability of the death of Jimmy’s Mubenga, who died in 2010 while being restrained by Immigration Police.
Through the exhibition, the 100 Mothers Movement created empathy towards the inhumane treatment for those suffering within the asylum and detention system.