Wanted: Businesses that say #TimesUp

We want to help local businesses adopt positive responses to misogyny, sexism and sexual harassment. Our Safer for Women project could support businesses by offering specialist training, digital resources or guidance, but we first need to get a snapshot of what is currently in place and what would be useful to managers and HR teams to action.

We’re looking for local businesses to talk to us about what they’re doing to tackle misogyny and sexism in the workplace and where they need support. Consultations are confidential and take no longer than 20 – 30 minutes over the phone or in person.

Do you own or work for a business who would be willing to take part? We’re looking for businesses to speak to before Wednesday 20th March 2019. Please email Sophie Maskell, Safer for Women Project Coordinator: saferforwomen@nottinghamwomenscentre.com for further information or to book an initial consultation.

If requested, we will happily promote businesses that are involved in our research, supporting their reputation as employers who care about employee welfare.


International Women’s Day 2019 at Nottingham Women’s Centre

All women are cordially invited to join us for the International Women’s Day activities and this is what we have got planned for you:

 

Progression and empowerment room

1 – 1.40pm AND 3pm-3.40pm – Ella will perform her wonderful poetry and follow on with a zine making and Haiku workshop
1.45 – 2.15pm AND 3.45-4.15pm – Penny and her life-story (please be aware this empowering talk about her life will include details of domestic abuse)
2.20 – 2.50pm AND 4.20-4.40pm – Story-telling with Deirdre

Inner Peace room

Meditation with Rosemary and Polly from Realise women. Sessions start at 12.30pm. Then ½ hourly with the last session at 3.30pm

Women in Politics room

12.30 – 4pm Stall by our wonderful Feminist Library

1 – 2.30pm – Talks by local women in politics, with time for your questions afterwards.
Confirmed attendees – Lillian Greenwood MP – Labour, Cllr Kay Cutts MBE – Conservative, Cllr Amanda Fisher – Labour, Ruth Hyde – CEO Broxtowe Borough Council, Rosemary Jarrett- Secretary of Arboretum Ward Labour Party, Representative from Nottingham East Labour Party Women’s Forum.

2.30 – 3.30pm – Feminist Songs, Chants and Slogans

Come along to take part in the above and have afternoon tea with us.

First 100 women receive a raffle ticket and a chance to win a £20 voucher for Annie’s Burger Shack!

Please download this poster and share it with other women!