Making transport safer for women event – 3rd April – POSTPONED

Please note that this event has now been postponed. A new date for the event will be confirmed soon.

On Monday 3rd April, from 11am – 1pm, we’re holding an event to discuss women’s safety on public transport. Representatives from the bus and tram companies will be in attendance and are keen to hear your ideas on how to improve women’s safety when travelling.

This event will be held at Bulwell Riverside Centre. Please contact us to book your place or do so via this link:


Our work highlighted in Parliament again

On Tuesday 22nd February, our Centre Manager Melanie Jeffs gave evidence at a Home Affairs Select Committee meeting on ‘Hate Crime and its Violent Consequences’. She was asked to give evidence on the rationale behind the local move to classify misogyny as a hate crime, alongside Sarah Green from the End Violence Against Women Coalition, and representatives from the police, including Superintendent Ted Antill from Nottinghamshire Police. The aim of the session was to give MPs a chance to explore the subject and to ask questions. We hope that it contributes to the push to roll this initiative out on a national level.

Here is a short clip from the session of Melanie responding to a question about why police should focus any of their resources on tackling misogynistic hate:

The session is available to watch in full online here: