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
Amazing short film: ‘Hijabs and Miniskirts’ an animation that was developed with and for young people during the first lockdown. Excellent work from @_IntegrateUK Lockdown didn't stop the young activists! #GirlPower #Sisterhood #WeChoose https://t.co/bdGXKo3kWPRead More
RT @ShelterBristol: Thank you to all the partners of the Fair Renting Campaign who are supporting renters to call for urgent change. In sol…Read More
#Election2021 @BristolCouncil The deadline to register to vote in the election is midnight on Monday 19 April. Don’t lose your vote! Make sure you have your say on how your local area is run this May #BristolVotes Register now at https://t.co/BbsVMvgcT2Read More
Just write STOP': the teenager helping Polish women flee abuse Schoolgirl’s fake cosmetics site helps hundreds of women as domestic violence rises during Covid. https://t.co/8ZdbazdW0zRead More
Bristol Women's Voice International Women’s Day Keynote Discussion: Watch the wonderful speech from Amaal Ali, Project Manager, Integrate UK @_IntegrateUK https://t.co/huleHKJsZP #IWD2021 #IWD2021BWV https://t.co/Z1g23aKm0NRead More
RT @OSNwolv: April 2021 is Sexual Assault Awareness month! Spend this month learning more about how we can support survivors and give them…Read More
Black Women Pause - a safe online space to support BAME women in Bristol. Free Workshop. A safe online space for Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic women, promoting emotional wellbeing, self-help tips, and information. 19th April - 1 pm. Book here:Read More
Today! Looking to grow your Bristol business network and meet fellow entrepreneurs? @OutsetWest & @GetSetWest Join The next Get Social | Bristol Women's Network on 8th April! Register here . See you there! https://t.co/S3BdnIm04LRead More
Celebrate Mozambican Women’s Day! Please donate to the Bristol Link with Beira Covid-19 appeal to provide sewing machines, materials for facemasks, and soap in Mozambique #DiaDasMulheres #Beira #ADELsofala #Amai #BristolLinkwithBeira #BWV #Bristol #Covid https://t.co/GhuOJP8Ub3Read More
The Courage Clinic is a series of four weekly workshops run by Self Defence Instructor Imogen Thomas and Empowerment activist and psychologist Dr Jelena Nolan-Roll. Courage Clinic 1: Empowerment and Courage Thu, 22 April 2021 - 18:00Read More