Tyneside Cinema - films for International Women's Day

As part of The Women’s 100: A Century of Women’s Activism in Newcastle, join us for a series of films that tell stories of women creating change, both in front of and behind the camera. From activism to intersectionality, from social justice to female pioneers, these are thrilling stories of power and agency.

In association with Northumbria University

Films and dates

Selma 17.15 Thurs 22nd Feb

The Watermelon Woman 20.30 Thurs 1st March

Bombshell: the Hedy Lamarr Story 6pm Thurs 8th March

Call for Evidence: All-Party Parliamentary Group on Sexual Violence

Rape Crisis England and Wales announced the newly-established All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Sexual Violence. The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Sexual Violence is pleased to announce a call for evidence for its inquiry into the links between pornography and sexual violence. The APPG on Sexual Violence is co-chaired by Sarah Champion MP and Rt Hon Maria Miller MP.

Jobs: My Sister's Place

My Sister’s Place is recruiting for a Charity Shop Manager for their new charity shop in Middlesborough (32.5 hours per week including Saturday work, £19,430 Pro rata, 6 Month Contract initially, with option to extend). As a Shop Manager you will be a self-motivated individual with excellent customer service skills and have retail knowledge and experience.

Jobs: Harbour Support Services

Harbour Support Services is recruiting for a new role within their teams: Housing Support Officers (Full time/35 hours per week, permanent contract, £17,836 per annum) who will provide housing management support to clients living in Harbour refuges and other properties, with responsibility for all tenancy related matters. They will ensure clients have a clear agreement for their tenancy, can live in a safe and secure environment and that rents are received to secure the sustainability of the accommodation.

Jobs: Ashiana Sheffield

Ashiana Sheffield is recruiting for a Female Outreach Worker, Anti Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery (permanent contract, 37 hours per week, £18,500-£21,000 dependent on experience). Ashiana Sheffield is looking for a committed individual to provide outreach support to victims of human trafficking and modern slavery (HTMS) who are living in the wider community.  The support will be provided to clients living in the North East and the worker will be based in Newcastle. Closing date: Friday, 23 February, 2018 - 17:00.


Subscribe to News