Archive for the ‘Volunteer’ Category

Birds Eye View was founded as a short film event in 2002, registered as a charity in 2004, launched the UK’s first major women’s film festival in 2005, and are now developing year-round activity with the First Weekenders Club, BEV Labs, touring programme and online community. They have one paid position, a voluntary position and […]


From the desk of The Glasgow Women’s Library… I have unfortunately received an email this morning that one of the lead characters in our DVD has had to pull out due to ill health so we are urgently looking for someone to fill the role. The DVD is  a 15 minute film to promote the […]


The Jewish Council for Racial Equality (JCORE) has launched an appeal to raise donations of sanitary towels for refugee and asylum-seeking women.  They are calling on shoppers to add an extra pack of sanitary towels to their basket or donate £1 to buy seven supermarket-value packs.  The campaign began after JCORE Support Coordinator Caroline Glasner […]


The nominations for the Emma Humphries Memorial prize, awarded every year to individuals and groups who work to stop violence against women, are now open. This year will be the first time an international prize is up for grabs. Awards will be presented at the culmination of the annual Reclaim the Night march in London, […]


The Fawcett Society are seeking interns to help with fundraising and media work in their campaign work. Fawcett’s internship placements are designed to provide work experience and an in-depth understanding of the Fawcett Society and the work that we do. The placements are suitable for recent graduates, current students who are required to carry out […]


The Equality and Human Rights Commission has announced a new £10 Million funding programme for the voluntary and community sector. The programme is organised into a three priority scheme hoping to build capactity where there are currently gaps in local provisions, in which it mentions provisions for women who have suffered domestic violence. A first […]


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