Rape Crisis Tyneside and Northumberland: #WishISaid

This Mental Health Awareness week, Rape Crisis Tyneside and Northumberland took new action against sexual harassment. RCTN has launched a new campaign, #WishISaid. #WishISaid wants to get you talking about Sexual Harassment in public places like the street, mostly of women and girls, perpetrated mostly by men and boys. Find out more on the Rape Crisis Tyneside and Northumberland website

Women First Virtual Launch

On the 21st May the Women First partnership will be holding a Virtual Launch.  Please head to Facebook and Twitter and follow @WomenFirstPart1 on either, to help spread the word in the lead up to the event. 

Women First is a partnership of 21 women’s organisations, established to bring about sustainability through collaboration, innovation and enterprise. Our vision is of thriving local, independent and holistic women led services and empowered women and girls who are able to make changes in their lives and have their voice heard. 

England Local Elections 3 May 2018 – ask your candidates to pledge action – EVAW

Lots of urban areas of England will elect local councillors on 3 May – these people have enormous power to make a difference ending violence against women and girls

Help us put violence against women and girls on candidates’ agendas!

On 3 May 2018 there are elections in many parts of England.

Join the #faceherfuture campaign defending women's rights post-Brexit

For hundreds of years, women have worked to achieve basic rights at home, at work and in public life; rights that could be eroded when Britain leaves the European Union. We launched #FaceHerFuture with over 20 women's and equalities organisations as a collective call to action to defend our rights, and chart a course for a more equal, progressive future.

Financial Abuse Drop-in

Earlier this month the Women's Budget Group attended a Parliamentary drop-in on Universal Credit and Financial Abuse organised by Dr Philippa Whitford MP to promote the Private Members Bill she had raised on the issue. We were joined by Women’s Aid, Surviving Economic Abuse and the Child Poverty Action Group to share our concerns about how people could be trapped in abusive relationships by the decision to pay Univ


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