Ending violence against women and girls

Jobs: Safe In Tees Valley

Safe in Tees Valley has been commissioned to manage the Teesside SARC and develop and deliver a new and exciting regional Crisis Service to support all victims engaging with the Teesside, Durham and Northumbria/Tyne & Wear SARCs. They are recruiting for the following positions:

Sisters Uncut storm the BAFTAS

Sisters Uncut stormed the BAFTA red carpet to protest Theresa May’s upcoming Domestic Violence and Abuse Bill, which they say will criminalise survivors while distracting from devastating funding cuts to domestic violence services nationwide. A group of activists from Sisters Uncut jumped onto the carpet as celebrities were arriving at the ceremony wearing t-shirts declaring “Time’s Up Theresa.” While laying on the red carpet, they chanted “the DV Bill’s a cover-up, Theresa May your time is up.” Read the full press release on the Sisters Uncut website

Rosa launch Equality and Justice Fund

Rosa, the only UK-Wide Fund for Women and Girls, has launched the new Justice and Equality Fund, which they will host and manage. Inspired by the phenomenal #metoo campaign and TIME’S UP movement, this initiative is being launched by a group of women in the entertainment industry, in collaboration with women’s organisations and activists in the UK. Research shows that over half of women in the UK have experienced sexual harassment at work, and this reflects cultural and systemic problems that need bold solutions.

Jobs: A Way Out, Stockton

An exciting opportunity has arisen within A Way Out for a Business Development Manager who will play a crucial part in the delivery of the business plan and funding strategy to maintain and grow the organisation (Permanent contract, 15 hours/week, £30,892 pro rata). The post holder will be a member of the Senior Management Team (SMT) working in partnership with the CEO to identify new business and funding opportunities. As part on an income generation strategy the Business Development Manager will be responsible for securing income through trusts and gran

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