Women's rights

Celebrating the #PowerOfYouth this #iwillWeek 18-24th November 2019

Join in by:

  • Sharing blogs and vlogs from senior leaders and young women
  • ‘Going undercover’ on a social action visit
  • Sharing case studies
  • Profiling young trustees and youth advisory panels
  • Hosting listening events with young women
  • Co-producing celebration events with young women
  • Asking a young woman to takeover your social media
  • Taking part in our 5 Day Challenge
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Resettlement Worker, Women’s Through-Care Team

Contract Type: Permanent

Application deadline: Saturday, 30 November, 2019 - 00:00

Based: Durham

Fixed Salary £22,610

Employer: Changing Lives

Resettlement Worker, Women’s Through-Care Team        

Based at HMP/YOI Low Newton and working across Durham and Tees Valley 

2 Posts - 1 x 37 hours per week (permanent) please quote post ref CH012

               1 x 18.5 hours per week (permanent) please quore post ref CH008

£22,610 per annum (£11,305 pro rata)

Can you help us make the case for a gender economy?

2019 has been a tumultuous year. With a General Election on December 12th which will decide not only the next government but our future relationship with the European Union, our future political and economic situation is still uncertain. In these uncertain times, the work of the Women’s Budget Group is more important than ever. We have to continue to make the case for gender equality not only because it is the right thing to do, but because it will result in a more sustainable and resilient economy.

Secretary of Health faces legal challenge over charging destitute migrant women for NHS maternity care – Maternity Action

The charity Maternity Action has launched a legal challenge to the Government’s policy of charging destitute migrant pregnant women £7,000 or more to access NHS maternity care. The claim also challenges the charging of other groups of migrant women, including those who have suffered gender-based violence and the wider group of destitute migrant women and their children who are awaiting an outcome on their immigration applications from the Home Office.

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