Women and economy

Young Women's Film Academy Festival of Film - inviting submissions

Film submissions are invited from female film makers in the North East who would like to screen their films in a supportive environment, curated by the Young Women's Film Academy who are a group of girls and young women aged 12-25 years.

Films of any genre, up to 15 minutes in length that have been made by and for women in the North East, suitable for an audience aged 12+ should be submitted by email to the following email address: youngwomensfilmacademy@gmail.com 

‘Stepping up’ – Women in Leadership An NOCN Level 2 Certificate with the TUC

Come and join our exciting new Women in leadership programme – ‘stepping up’ course, for those wishing to develop their leadership positions within the trade union movement, or build their CV skills to advance into leadership roles within their organisation and communities. This course for Women trade unionists, will be delivered in the TUC’s Northern region over 5 days between February and September 2018 and will require some online learning and development too. This will require a level of commitment to achieve an NOCN level 2 Certificate qualification on completion.

Invitation to Tender: Evaluation of “Young, female and forgotten?” project

From 2015-17, we carried out research about young women who are not in education, employment and training (NEET) and economically inactive (EI). These women are not working but not actively looking for work or able to start work quickly. This might be because they have caring responsibilities, for example, or have problems with their health.

Woman to Woman Fund now open

The third round of Rosa’s Woman to Woman fund is now open! With grants of up to £25,000, local grassroots women’s organisations across the UK will be supported using funds from the ‘Tampon Tax.’ In celebration of the centenary of the women’s vote, this round of the Woman to Woman fund will have a renewed focus on leadership and representation and we are particularly interested in funding work that increases women’s representation, skills building and civic engagement.

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