Nottingham Women’s Centre aims to offer a safe environment for all women to come together to gain confidence, develop skills, take part in training, get support and organise groups, activities and services.

Latest Posts

  • Because I am a Woman – experiences of misogyny hate crime - Working in conjunction with Nottinghamshire Police we have produced ‘Because I am a Woman’ – a short video of women’s experiences of misogyny hate crime and street harassment. There are two versions of the video – the full length version (10 minutes) and a shorter one, suitable for social media sharing. We are hugely grateful to […]
  • Misogyny hate crime - Nottinghamshire Police made history by becoming the first force in the country to recognise misogyny as a hate crime. The additional category applies to a range of incidents reported to the police, from street harassment through to physical intrusions on women’s space. This is defined as: Incidents against women that are motivated by an attitude […]
  • LGBT+ In Nottingham Survey – DiverCity - DIVERCITY is a project aimed a preventing and combating homo- and transphobia in small and medium cities across Europe and aims at understanding whether small and medium sized cities in Europe are LGBT friendly. We are studying attitudes towards lesbian gay bi-sexual and transgender people in Nottingham in the UK.   Please complete their short […]
  • Free memberships available for audiobook library service - Listening Books is a national charity that provides a postal and online audiobook library service to children and adults who struggle to read or hold a book due to an illness, disability, mental health issue or learning difficulty, and they have recently received funding to offer a number of FREE memberships to people living in […]
  • What you told us - We are always keen to hear from you about what’s going on in your lives. We asked you recently at our Course Information Day what were the biggest three problems that you were dealing with and we received lots of responses. Common themes that emerged were mental and physical health problems, relationships, abuse and control, […]
  • Meet the team – Lisa - Hi, my name is Lisa and I have recently started at Nottingham Women’s Centre as the Representation and Policy Officer. This is part of an exciting new project called Help through Crisis which is aimed at making a difference in women’s lives through providing welfare rights advice and working in partnership with other charities. My […]
  • Shoosmiths marathon success - We want to say a massive congratulations to the team of runners from Shoosmiths Nottingham who ran the Robin Hood Half Marathon to raise money for us on 25 September. Not only are they on track to raise £500 for us, but they also won the Nottingham Post Corporate Challenge with the fastest times over […]
  • Grow your tenner and double your donations - Grow Your Tenner is a giving scheme from Localgiving that has raised over £5 million for local charities and community groups across the UK over the last five years. This year’s Grow Your Tenner event starts on 18th October. This year they are matching one-time donations made through Localgiving by up to £10 and regular […]
  • Nottingham Women’s History Group AGM 6 October - Nottingham Women’s History Group are holding their Annual General Meeting this Thursday, 6 October, starting at 7pm at the International Community Centre on Mansfield Road, Nottingham. Open to all, the event will include speaker Pauline Lucas, who will be talking about Evelyn Gibbs, the important printmaker, painter and educationalist who, along with her Goldsmith College […]
  • Reclaim the Night events 2016 - There is lots happening for Reclaim the Night this year – Banner making session – Wednesday 26th October Nottingham Women for Change in partnership with the Nottingham Reclaim the Night planning committee are excited to welcome women to our joint banner making session at the wonderfully welcoming Nottingham Women’s Centre. On Wednesday 26th October, between […]