Women and health

Stress and Anxiety at Work: Personal or Cultural?

It's Mental Health Awareness Week and Acas has today published the results of a new poll on workplace stress and anxiety. 

Read the survey results

Here are some key findings:

·        60% of employees who have felt stressed or anxious in the last year attribute this to their workload

·        42% said it was due to how they are managed

·        35% said that balancing work and home life was responsible

Data Analyst – Rape Crisis Tyneside and Northumberland – Newcastle

  • Contract: Part-time, 4 days per week until May 2020.
  • Salary: £18,212 (4 days) (FTE pt £22,462)
  • Salary under review and overtime sometimes available.

We are looking for a woman who has a genuine enthusiasm for all forms of data who enjoys discovering information that will help identify future trends. You must be confident in constructing Access queries and extrapolating results for statistical analysis.

Together Women Mentoring and Advocacy project looking for partners

Together Women Project moves women out of crime into positive futures, working with them in safe, women-only spaces, building resilience and developing strengths that enable them to move away from damaging lifestyles. We operate various services throughout the North of England, tailored to the needs of women. Each woman accessing Together Women is given an individualised package of support to meet their unique needs.

Women Side by Side Peer Support Project for the North East

Women Side by Side uses peer support to improve the mental health of women facing disadvantage.     The project is supported by Mind and Agenda, the alliance for women and girls at risk.

Women Side by Side aims to improve the wellbeing of women experiencing mental health problems, particularly the most disadvantaged women, by increasing the availability of community-based peer support provided for and by women across England and Wales.

Research call: people learning disabilities who have reported sexual assault / rape to the police.

We are researchers from Durham University who are interested in learning about criminal justice responses in Tyneside and Northumberland to people with learning disabilities who have experienced rape/sexual assault. We hope that the data we collect will help us to inform and develop policy and practice to support people with learning disabilities who have experienced rape/sexual assault and to improve their experiences of the criminal justice process.

Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust announces plans to significantly increase grant spending

THE Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust has announced plans to significantly increase its grant spending by over £3 million a year.  The move will take the Trust’s annual grant spending from around £7 million per year, to over £10 million per year, for the next ten years.  Trustees decided to increase grant spending as part of a ten yearly review of the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust (JRCT), which funds those working towards a peaceful and just world.   It was decided that JRCT will work to increase the number of grants given to organisations outside London to achieve a greater geographical

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