Taking this years Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival themes of Walk In My Shoes, women from Glasgow East Women's Aid and SAY Women have been working with artist Gail McLintock to develop an exciting film and series of sculptural artworks. The women have been exploring the 'often hidden' effect of gender based violence and its reflections in current culture. This contemporary artwork part personal, part protest will be launch and on display at thsi event.
Venue: Platform, The Bridge, 1000 Westerhouse Road, Easterhouse, G34 9JW
Organised by: North East Violence Against Women Implementation Group. This event has been funded by Glasgow City Council Integrated Grant Fund.
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A training workshop run by SAY Women for those who are involved in supporting adult survivors of child sexual abuse.
Venue: Eastbank Health Promotion Centre, 22 Academy Street, Glasgow, G32 9AA
Cost: This event is free
To Book: Dawn Fyffe, SAy Women, 30 Bell Street, Glasgow, G1 1LG, 0141 552 5803
Organised by: This event is organised by SAY Women as part of the 16 Days of Action Programme of Activity.
Celebrating the spirit of women to overcome violence and injustice, the North Glasgow Integration Network invite you to come along and see an exhibition of work designed and developed by women from all over the world many of whom are asylum seekers or refugees. There will be an opportunity to view a DVD also produced by women.
Venue: |Kids and Adults Together in Sighthill, 1 Fountainwell Square, Sighthill, Glasgow, G21 1RB
Cost and Creche: Free. Limited creche places available at no cost
Organised By: This event is organised by North Glasgow Integration Network as part of the North East Violence Against Women Implementation Group 16 Days of Action programme of activity. This event is funded by GCC Integrated Grant Fund.
Domestic abuse, sexual violence, child sexual abuse and other forms of gender based violence cause immense pain and suffering and are a major public health issue. This event is targeted at staffa nd partners who work directly with service users wo maybe affected by gender based violence. it will feature information and various focused sessions including best practice is asking questions for all our clients.
Venue: North East Sector Headquarters, Templeton Business Centre
Organised by: North East Glasgow Violence Against Women Implementation Group. This event is funded by Glasgow City Council Integrated Grants Fund.
Janet Tobin 0141 201 9803 email@example.com
Diane Allcock 0141 531 6590 firstname.lastname@example.org
Pamela McElhinney 0141 781 0230 email@example.com
Linda Pollok 0141 565 0200 LindaBase75.Pollock@sw.glasgow.gov.uk