Bristol Women’s Voice is a powerful voice for women making women’s equality in Bristol a reality.
About Bristol Women's Voice
Bristol Women’s Voice will make sure that when key decisions are taken women’s voices have been listened to and their ideas and concerns acted on. BWV will also help women and girls across the city to find services they need, how to support one another, how to join local organisations and set up new ones, find and promote events and services for women and share ideas and issues.
BWV will enable women to come together either by meeting or through the web site, Facebook, blogs, twitter etc. to decide what are the most important issues facing women and girls in the city and work together to tackle them.
Bristol Women’s Voice has been set up with support from Bristol City Council but is independent of the council. Bristol Women’s Voice will operate as an incorporated charity and will be managed by Bristol women for Bristol women.
RT @WECILBristol: To mark sexual violence awareness week @RESPOND_UK are holding a personal safety webinar for autistic women and women wi…Read More
.@SARSAS_UK will be providing a therapeutic yoga class for survivors of sexual violence at our International Women’s Day event on Saturday 5th March #BreakTheBiasBristol https://t.co/QDzD8HtOwLRead More
As we mark the start of Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence Awareness Week today, we would like to thank our friends at @SARSAS_uk and @TheBridgeSARC for doing such incredible and important work to support survivors and their loved ones in Bristol #ItsNotOk https://t.co/GV0d0YwqfARead More
RT @upourstreet: Bristol Mums: Kick Start Your Career in 2022! @womensworklab FREE school-hours employment course with work placements, sta…Read More
February is LGBT+ History Month and we hope you will join us in celebrating the rich history and achievements of the LGBT+ community. @OutStoriesBris has put together a great list of events happening to mark #LGBTHM22 here: https://t.co/uFt63nErUbRead More
Would you like to help out with our International Women's Day event this year? We have a range of volunteering opportunities, from stewarding and moderating workshops to blogging and photography. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more. https://t.co/V6Pnaf1iT4Read More
📢 Calling everyone from Barton Hill, Redfield and St George in east Bristol. Help create Bristol’s first liveable neighbourhood: #BristolLiveableNeighbourhoods https://t.co/Ib1LcDhHseRead More
The timing of this feels especially apt after today's reports of yet more vile behaviour from within The Met. We encourage anyone who can to lend their support to @centreWJ's campaign calling for a public inquiry into police abuse of women.Read More
RT @AllianceWalking: Bristol Older People's Forum (BOPF) Open Forum Thurs 10 Feb 10.30am-12.15pm Zoom Meeting, Free Includes Bristol Walkin…Read More