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. Bristol Women’s Voice 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.
Bristol Women’s Voice 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.
Are you interested in making women's equality in Bristol a reality? We're looking for trustees with skills in fundraising & income generation, charity sector experience and volunteer management to join our board. More about the roles and how to apply here: https://t.co/CF6OEsnfkGRead More
RT @hulme_philippa: Brilliant speeches in full council just now by Bristol youth mayors and the youth council. Thank youRead More
If you're a Bristol woman who identifies as disabled and want to get involved in our work on these issues, join BWV and @WECIL tomorrow at 1.30pm. Contact email@example.com for meeting detailsRead More
On tomorrow's agenda: 1. Campaigning to re-open public toilets; 2. Healthy relationship resources for disabled women & 3. Equalities training for therapists, developed and delivered by people with lived experience to ensure an inclusive counselling offer. 2/3Read More
The cost of living crisis must be recognised as a gendered issue and we are glad to see awareness building around this. Read why women are disproportionately affected here:Read More
Following recent conversations we had with @hulme_philippa about the cost of living crisis, we are delighted to see the Labour Party putting a motion forward at the full @BristolCouncil meeting tonight:Read More
We are running a free workshop with @CASSBristol next week for women to come and learn about ways to improve their mental wellbeing and local resources available to them. Please email Dahlia if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org https://t.co/cuJSjFo336Read More
We met with @UNISONBristol yesterday to hear about women’s experiences in low-paid employment in the care industry. We will be asking local gov & employers to take all the necessary actions to ensure women are treated better at work as we move forward with our campaign for changeRead More
RT @BristolBMEVoice: Are you a woman living in Knowle West, Southmead or Lawrence Hill? Use your life skills in a new career! We're running…Read More
❗️Are you aware of the £150 council tax rebate the government announced to help people with the cost of living crisis? Check if you're eligible for the rebate here:Read More