Vacancies - Education Workers - Show Racism the Red Card

Show Racism the Red Card is an anti-racism educational charity. The aim of the organisation  is to combat racism through anti-racism education, whilst enabling role models, who are predominantly but not exclusively footballers, to present an anti-racism message to young people and society.

Now’s the Time – Rosa small grants programme – closing date 28th Sept

Grants of up to £25,000 available through the Justice and Equality Fund’s ‘Now’s the Time’ small grants programme.

Now’s the Time is the second programme from the Justice and Equality Fund managed by Rosa. The programme aims to amplify the voices of individuals and groups who are calling for an end to sexual harassment and abuse, in their workplaces and in their communities.

WRC consultation on proposed reforms to the Gender Recognition Act 2004

The UK Government is currently consulting on proposed reforms to The Gender Recognition Act (GRA) 2004.

Women's Resource Centre (WRC) is therefore seeking the views of its members in order to respond to the Government’s consultation on reforming the process of changing an individual’s legal gender, via the GRA 2004.

We are particularly interested to gather your views on any impact the GRA may have on single and separate sex services for women and girls.

BME women’s groups come together to write ‘alternative Bill’ for ending violence against women

Imkaan has published 'From the Margin to the Centre: Proposal for an Alternative Bill addressing Violence Against Women and Girls', in response to the government's proposed Domestic Abuse Bill. The Alternative Bill presents an approach to addressing violence against women and girls (VAWG) that is based on a deep understanding of the diverse lived experiences of women and girls subjected to VAWG. The Alternative Bill outlines a response to VAWG that is gendered, in recognition that patriarchy and gender inequality is the root cause of VAWG.

Too many foreign national and trafficked women face inappropriate imprisonment

Vulnerable foreign national women in the criminal justice system, including trafficking victims, are facing inappropriate imprisonment and the threat of deportation at the expense of rehabilitation or support, according to a new report published by the Prison Reform Trust and Hibiscus Initiatives.

Jobs: Arch North East

Arch North East is recruiting a SARC Link Worker (£23,000, 35 hours per week, fixed term 18-month contract). This exciting new role funded through the Home Office Transformation Fund provides the opportunity to promote and develop pathways to sexual violence support.

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