You can be a part of the City Listening Project too, by clicking on this online survey. We want to hear what you've got to say! http://bit.ly/bristolwomensvoice

Bristol Women’s Voice is talking to women across the city to find out what issues they are facing and what ideas they have for change. We are delighted to have been selected for funding by The Government Equalities Office, alongside only two other core cities – Leeds and Leicester.

We will be working with around twenty organisations across the city to run discussion groups, one-to-one interviews and interactive pop-ups across different communities and wards to gather opinions from women who rarely have their voices heard.

We will be asking women who face multiple barriers, what steps they think could be taken to reduce the obstacles in the way of them fulfilling their dreams.

The information will be gathered and analysed by a research analyst and the findings will be presented by the women who have been involved at a final event at City Hall in June.

For more information, contact info@bristolwomensvoice.org.uk

You can be a part of the City Listening Project too, by clicking on this online survey. We want to hear what you've got to say! http://bit.ly/bristolwomensvoice

Image Caption: Ros Ball from the Government Equalities Office (pictured centre) came to the project launch in August, pictured with Chair of Bristol Women's Voice, Penny Gane (left) and Mayor of Bristol, Marvin Rees (right).