Angelou Centre T-Shirts

There are only a few more days to order one of these fab Ts and to make a donation to the Angelou Centre when you buy one. 

Buy one here



“Some rise in reports of domestic abuse during lockdown in rural areas and concerns over those unable to escape potentially abusive situations during lockdown.”

That’s the message coming from Graham Biggs, the CX of the Rural Services Network following a survey of member organisations about the impact of covid-19 and lockdown on incidences of domestic abuse and homelessness during April and May. 

Family Worker Vacancy at Acorns

Family Support Worker

Employment Contract Type:  Fixed term

Hours: 25 pw Part time

Application deadline: Friday, 17 July, 2020 - 17:00

Based: North Tyneside

Salary Scale £21952 - £22668 Per Annum

Employer: Acorns Project

WRC Statement on Racism and the Global Movement for Change

To be a feminist, you must be anti-racist. Liberation for only some, is not liberation.

The events of the past few weeks following the murder of George Floyd by four Minneapolis police officers have sparked an unprecedented global uprising against racism and collective demand to defund the police and fund our communities.

At WRC, we are committed to feminism and anti-racism being at the heart of everything we do. 

Coronavirus Diaries

Fawcett Society has invited women to share their experiences of how coronavirus is impacting them through the keeping of a weekly journal! Read more on the coronavirus diaries here and here

Centenary Action Group

The Centenary Action Group are a coalition of over 100+ women’s rights organisations and activists who are #stillmarching for women’s right to take part in decisions that affect their lives. Their main aims are for:

  • Greater women’s political participation and leadership
  • An end of violence and abuse against all women, including those in politics
  • Targeted efforts to make political life more family-friendly

During this pandemic they submitted evidence to the Women and Equalities Select Committee on the impact of Covid19 on women.


Glitch is a small ambitious charity that exists to end online abuse. It was established in 2017 by activist and former politician Seyi Akiwowo, after she faced horrendous online abuse when a video of her speech at the European Parliament went viral. Glitch aims to bring an end to online abuse by championing digital citizenship through advocacy, training and campaigns.


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