Diversity and difference

Helpline & Email Support Volunteer Role – Recruitment Open

Women volunteer with us to delivery all of our services for women and girls with the exception of our Counselling Service.  The route into all frontline volunteer roles is via experience in our Helpline and Email Supporter role.

Recruitment for Helpline & Email Support Volunteer role is now open.  For more information click here for the Helpline & Email Support Volunteer – Role Description

Rape Crisis Tyneside and Northumberland are looking for a Deputy CEO

We are looking for a woman who has experience at management level of leadership in the voluntary or public sector. We are looking for someone who has experience of recruiting, training and line managing staff/volunteers, excellent interpersonal, organisational and time management skills and the ability to motivate others are essential.  This role will provide a strong visible and consistent office presence in our Newcastle based office.


Further information  can be found on the link below 

More than 4,000 women with mental health problems to benefit from peer support – Agenda

Women across England and Wales will get vital mental health support as part of a major new programme launched by mental health charity Mind and Agenda, the alliance for women and girls at risk.

The £1.8 million programme, called Women Side by Side, will increase the availability of high quality, community-based peer support for women through around 70 projects delivered by specialist organisations across the country.

Brexit risks ‘turning the clock back on gender equality’ – Women’s Budget Group

The first independent report looking at the economic impact of Brexit on women has today been published by the Women’s Budget Group and the Fawcett Society. The report shows the economic impact of Brexit will hit women hard, leading to lost jobs, cuts to services and a squeeze on family budgets.

Nearly 60% of survivors using domestic abuse services are mothers and 1 in 15 are pregnant – Women’s Aid

Nearly 60% survivors accessing domestic abuse support services have children and 1 in 15 are pregnant, according to a new report released by Women’s Aid to coincide with Mother’s Day.

Yet according to the report, The Domestic Abuse Report 2019: The Annual Audit, domestic abuse services are struggling to cope with demand and provide the level of support that survivors and their children need because of ongoing funding uncertainty and budget cuts.

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