What You Can Do

What you can do to support Justice for Seeta Kaur Campaign

Please support the Justice4Seeta campaign

Help Southall Black Sisters and Seeta’s family to get justice for Seeta. We must hold the government and police to account for their failures to investigate.

What you can do to help:

  • Add your name to the our letter to the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Sir Bernard Hogan – Howe, the Home Secretary, Amber Rudd and the Prime Minister, Theresa May, demanding a meeting with Seeta’s family and urging them to comply with the police and government’s obligations to investigate and prosecute honour-based violence in accordance with domestic and international law and policy. (To add your name click here).
  • Add your name to our letter to the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Boris Johnson, urging the FCO to make urgent representations at the highest level to the Indian authorities to undertake a proper and transparent criminal investigation jointly with the British police into Seeta’s death. (To add your name click here).
  • Write to your local MP to raise questions in Parliament about the lack of action by the FCO and the Metropolitan Police and their inconsistent response to British nationals killed abroad and to seek broader changes to the law and policy on honour killings committed abroad. (To access template click here)
  • Support SBS in seeking urgent reforms on law and social policy on honour-based violence committed against British nationals abroad. Please raise the issues within your organisations, Unions and in your workplace and with other relevant persons;
  • Affiliate to this campaign; join the Justice4Seeta mailing list and follow us on Twitter and Facebook
  • Please donate to the Seeta Kaur Justice Fund c/o of SBS. The family is in urgent need of funds to finance legal actions in India in the absence of any state support here or in India. You can donate via the Justice4Seeta Just Giving page
  • Please attend the launch of the campaign on 7 December in Committee Room 10 at the Houses of Parliament. Book your tickets here