Ending violence against women and girls

Jobs: Aspire

Aspire is recruiting a Marketing, Media and Communications Officer – National Lottery Community Fund: 10 hours per week, salary range £18 – 22k per annum (pro-rata). This part-time position will be responsible for producing and implementing a marketing, communication and public relation strategy primarily for The Supporting Sisters’ Programme, undertaking similar tasks in other areas of Aspire’s work as appropriate.

Female offending and brain injury: 62% reported they had sustained their brain injury through domestic violence

The Disabilities Trust, in collaboration with Royal Holloway, University of London, has launched the results of the first study of its kind into brain injury in female offenders.  The report ‘Making the link: Female offenders and brain injury’ recommends a support pathway be put in place to manage the health, cognitive and behavioural issues which may impact on likelihood of reoffending.

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