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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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Women of Notts! Can you share your story to help put an end to harassment and violence against women and girls?! We invite you to add your voice to the campaign to make Misogyny a nationwide Hate Crime!  The more voices we have, the louder we will be heard! The Law Commission will be visiting…

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Guest post by Emilie Mendham Nottingham saw another local election on Thursday 2nd May, and the Women’s Centre community, as well as NTU students, helped put together a WoManifesto. NTU politics lecturer Dr Katerina Krulisova and Katie Finnegan-Clarke from the Women’s Centre put together the event. The first one of hopefully many to come. A…

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Guest blog post by Darcey Young, Isabelle Brookes, Megan Abbott, Milly Kennedy and Shania Brown. Within modern society, the LGBTQ+ community has taken a leap into becoming a more widely accepted and accessible group that is breaking the boundaries of previous stereotypes placed upon its members. Through campaigning, protests and hardships; the LGBTQ+ has paved the…

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