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Bristol Transport: We need your views

Transport in Bristol is frequently discussed in the media and by commuters.  Councillor Nicola Bowden Jones is seeking to influence transport policy across our city from the information gained in this...

Why are we ignoring Floyd Mayweather’s domestic abuse in Bristol?

In January this year, Bristol Women’s Voice discovered that The Marriott Hotel Bristol is hosting ‘An Evening With Floyd Mayweather’ on the 8th of March 2017, which is also the...

Bristol Women’s Voice’s Response to the Bristol City Council Corporate Strategy

In January, Bristol Women’s Voice submitted our response to Bristol City Council in relation to their corporate strategy. You can download a PDF here or view our response below!

BWV Response to BCC SEV Review

BWV Response to BCC SEV Review

Bristol Women’s Voice has responded to Bristol City Council’s SEV (Sexual Entertainment Venue) review. To read our full response please see the link below. BWV Response to BCC SEV Review...

Bristol Women’s Voice statement on Sisters Uncut action at Bristol City Council Meeting 14th December 2016

Bristol Women’s Voice statement on Sisters Uncut action at Bristol City Council Meeting 14th December 2016

Bristol Women’s Voice are committed to working constructively with the Mayor, the Cabinet and our sister organisations on the issue of housing for those experiencing domestic abuse and violence. We...

We are looking for a volunteer – Events Internship for International Women’s Day!

  Bristol Women’s Voice is currently advertising for an Events Internship to support our organisation plan and deliver a city-wide event for International Women’s Day. The role is suitable for...

International Women’s Day – Call for Organisations

International Women’s Day – Call for Organisations

Bristol Women’s Voice is organising an event for International Women’s Day under the theme “Taking Up Space”. It will take place on Saturday 4th March 2017 from 11am until 5pm...

Bristol’s Big Drink Debate – Your Voice Is Needed

Bristol’s Big Drink Debate – a city-wide survey examining the public’s attitudes to alcohol, runs until 30th January 2017. Throughout the winter months the council’s Public Health team will be asking questions...

Big Decisions, Tough Choices – How will Bristol City Council’s Corporate Strategy Impact Women?

Bristol City Council has predicted that it will face a funding gap of at least £92m by March 2022 if it tries to carry on running services the way they...

Get Your Voice Heard: Prioritising Victims of Domestic Abuse

Following a successful petition by a BWV member to Bristol City Council around the housing banding for victims of domestic abuse, Bristol City Council has now drafted a proposal that sets...