Dignity Freedom Network

Dignity Freedom Network, was set up around 20 years ago to work in conjunction with a partner organisation in India to support the work taking place there with the most deprived and marginalised communities in India.

Bob Cooke and Andrew Prentice from DFN spoke with Premier's Rachel Mathews about the work they are involved in and how important education is to the 26,000 children who are reached by the work they are involved in, through the Good Shepherd Schools.


If you would like to find out more you can visit their website at www.dfn.org.uk 

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