Latin American girls and young women

Who are we?

No Limits, or Sin Fronteras, is our project to support and work with Latin American young women and girls aged 14 to 21. We weave trust and mutual support into our work, valuing our diversity and raising our aspirations.

What do we do?

Through art, dance, music, and the creative arts, we strengthen our self-esteem, acquire skills and develop our potential. We take action to ensure our rights as immigrants are recognised, and fight for the empowerment of girls and young women, with No Limits.

We also support young girls and women to access education, health, welfare and other services.

How do we do it?

No Limits carries out programs in 12-week cycles, including workshops focusing on:
• Art (paint, music, photography, social media and more)
• Information on education, employment and health
• Entertainment and active learning for young people, including visits to museums, theatres and other spaces for youth to gather

Why do we do it?

We seek to create safe spaces that enable us to develop our potential and do work that allows us to transcend the community we are part of. Our own empowerment empowers our community and young women in general.

Contact and information

Illary Valenzuela, No Limits Project Coordinator: