British Pakistani Christian Association

British Pakistani Christian AssociationThe British Pakistani Christian Association was set up in the wake of the Gojra massacre in 2009 to advocate for changes to Pakistan’s notorious blasphemy laws and for improvements in the situation of Christians and other minorities in Pakistan. They also help Pakistani Christians in UK asylum appeal cases, with 100% success rate to date. In addition, BPCA are starting to branch out a little into relief and development work. They also do some community cohesion and relations work, mainly around their NE London base: