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Were you at Greenham Common?

ie ie productions are making a documentary celebrating the 40th anniversary of the march to Greenham Common.

"We want our kids and grandkids to know why Greenham Peace Camp was so important. We'd love to hear from you!

We're collecting the incredible untold stories from the time - and never seen before photos and film footage."

Do yu have any hidden gems? You can get in touch with us here: greenhamcommonfilm@gmail.com 

 

Nominations for the 2020 Black British Business Awards (BBBAwards) are now open

As a Founding Partner, everywoman has supported the Awards since it's launch seven years ago. Since then, the Awards have gone from strength to strength and is still the only premium awards ceremony that recognises, celebrates and platforms black business excellence in the UK. Designed to transcend stereotypes, the BBBAwards highlights the financial contribution made by black professionals to the UK economy covering in a range of creative, corporate and tech-based industries – and we look forward to shining a light on this year’s talented individuals!
 

Inside Out feature on safety and justice for migrant women

On 24th Feb Inside Out NE and Cumbria Documentary featured the safety and protection for migrant women without recourse to funds. The feature includes commentary from Rosie Lewis of the Angelou Centre and Chi Onwurah, Newcastle Central MP. The item is 10 mins into the programme which can be downloaded at:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000ft71/inside-out-north-east-and-cumbria-24022020

Request for volunteering opportunity

"I am emailing on behalf of one of the women I support within a women and children’s supported accommodation. She is moving into her own home soon and wants to start working again in the near future, however for now, she has expressed an interest in volunteering – particularly with victims/survivors of domestic abuse/homelessness."

Do you have any opportunities available at the moment in the Newcastle area please or know anybody who may be able to offer this?

Researching women and the justice system in the West End of Newcastle

Ana Speed is a solicitor and PhD student at Northumbria University. Her doctorate focusses on barriers women face engaging with the justice system. As part of this, she is carrying out a study into perceptions of access to justice for women in the West-End of Newcastle and the role that community and religious organisations play in supporting their female service users in legal disputes.

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