Women’s Voice

 

Women’s Voice is a non-profit Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO), run by women for women in Hastings & St Leonards. Women's Voice seeks to:

  • empower all local women, regardless of age, race, ethnicity, sexuality or ability
  • encourage respect and awareness amongst all cultures and beliefs
  • promote gender equality
  • support equal opportunities for all women

 

Our aims are:

  • to provide a safe forum where women can meet and discuss issues which concern them
  • to identify women’s needs locally and work to meet them
  • to enable women to overcome barriers to achievement and success
  • to organise women-focused events
  • to challenge sexism and misogyny whenever we encounter it
  • to provide advocacy and practical support and information for the women of Hastings and St. Leonards

 

Working with others 

Women’s Voice works in partnership with a wide variety of local and national organisations, including Hastings Borough Council (HBC), East Sussex County Council (ESCC), Hastings and St Leonards Children’s Centres, Hastings International Organisation (HIO), Hastings Voluntary Action (HVA), Citizens Advice Bureau (CIB); CUPP (Community University Partnership Programme); the WEA (Workers Educational Association); Links; Respond Academy; and the White Ribbon Campaign. 

 

Check out our Calendar page for more details about meetings and events or just This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to find out more.

 

Registered charity number: 1167373

 


LATEST NEWS

 

* INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY 2017: BE BOLD FOR CHANGE. Women's Voice is celebrating International Women's Day on Saturday 11 March. There will be a march along the seafront at 12 noon starting at Warrior Square and ending at the White Rock Hotel for an afternoon of music, fun and information. All welcome. Refreshments will be avalable. Event funded by Hastings Borough Council, Amicus Horizon and Unison. 

 

 

 

* POP-UP Museum:The project explored ways women’s lives are represented historically using local museum collections,…Read more..

 

* Global Kitchen:The Global Kitchen project took the participants to a journey around the world cuisines. Read more..

 

* The film festival event: Women’s Voice celebrated “Women Go Global” by inviting people to come to a series of international films about women and what it means to be a woman. Read more..

 

* The conversations event took place at the White Rock Hotel from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm and was attended by about 20 women. Read more..

 

* The debate: More than 50 women attended the Women’s Voice debate ‘I am a Person: Don’t make me an object’, on the sexualisation of young women, which was held on 7 March. Read more..

 

* IWD presentation: Shiva and Gill were invited to give a presentation to an Amicus Horizon forum at the Sussex Exchange today. Read more..

 

 

GETTING INVOLVED

 

Women’s Voice is a membership organisation and welcomes new members. If you want to get involved, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

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