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The Tech vs Abuse fund is investing £600,000 into grants to encourage creative digital solutions to improve the safety of people affected by abuse and improve service delivery.
Women and girls across the country are discovering that if they are raped, there is very little chance of the man who raped them ever being brought to justice.
The catastrophic drop in rape prosecutions by the Crown Prosecution Service requires immediate action - we're mounting a legal challenge, with End Violence Against Women Coalition (EVAW), against the CPS and we need your help.
WHiST's new employability programme provides one to one tailored support to enable women to take positive steps towards work and help with accessing employment, training and work experience opportunities as well as support with job search, achieving qualifications and improving health, wellbeing and life chances. If you are interested in signing up to the programme or would like further information please contact Asia Uddin, Employment Coach on 0191 454 6959
Gender and Internet of Things (GIoT) is an interdisciplinary project exploring the implications of IoT on gender-based domestic violence and abuse. The project asks how will IoT impact on gender-based domestic violence and abuse and what socio-technical measures will need to be implemented in order to mitigate against those risks?
The GIoT team offers free one-hour training sessions for support services*. In the course of it, you will explore the risks of domestic abuse linked to emerging technologies.
Crowdfunder is looking to award £2,000 to 12 women to get their new business ideas off the ground, as part of Back Her Business.
"Through Back Her Business we’re helping women throughout the UK who are thinking of starting a business, and we’re looking for exciting business ideas to support.
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The NEWomen's Network aims to strengthen the women's sector by encouraging collaboration between women's groups and by building alliances across other sectors. Read more »
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