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Services for Women

Nottingham Women’s Centre is run by women, for women. We aim to help all women to gain the confidence and skills to achieve their potential and become stronger and more independent. We provide a safe and supportive environment in which women can do this, either by taking part in training or activities, getting support and services, or campaigning and becoming active in bringing about change.

We’ve been around for over 40 years – watch our film to get to know us better.




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On 2 May 2019 people in Nottingham will elect 55 councillors from across 20 wards in the city to Nottingham City Council. The council is responsible for a wide range of functions and services in the city including education, transport planning, social care, housing, libraries, leisure and recreation, strategic planning and local taxation collection. In…

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Salary £22,658 pro rata 15 Hours per week Fixed Term – Funded to 31st January 2020 Closing date 12 noon Monday 18 February 2019 Interviews Friday 22 February 2019 This job is open to women only (under the Equality Act 2010, Part 1, Schedule 9) A great opportunity to join the Women’s Centre team and our exciting new…

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Nottingham Women’s Centre is open to trans women and some non-binary people but we don’t always get things right. We used language that was excluding and othering towards trans, including non-binary people, when asking people to categorise their gender in a recent consultation exercise. We used the terms ‘female from birth’ and ‘male from birth’…

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