Ascent is a project undertaken by the London VAWG Consortium, delivering a range of services for survivors of domestic and sexual violence, under six themes, funded by London Councils.
Ascent delivers a range of services under six themes: prevention, advice and counselling, domestic and sexual violence helplines, specialist refuges, women against harmful practises, and support services to organisations.
The Feminist Review Trust
Through funding from the Feminist Review Trust, the Women's Resource Centre (WRC) will be documenting the consortium’s processes and decision making to develop a guide to developing feminist consortia.
The London Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Consortium is made up of 22 organisations working in partnership to deliver comphrehensive, cost effective, high quality services to all communities across London. This innovative partnership strengthens referral pathways across organisations and identifies trends and emerging need.
EXPERIENCED CLIENT SUPPORT WORKER: JEWISH WOMEN’S AID Posted Jun 22, 2016 By admin
Jewish Women’s Aid is the only charity in the UK working with Jewish women, and their children, affected by domestic violence. We run a refuge,
Training: Building relationships with funders & commissioners Posted Jun 14, 2016 By admin
When: Tuesday, 12 July, 2016 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Where: Women’s Resource Centre, United House, North Road LONDON N7 9DP Who
Training: Affecting Real Change: how to make it happen Posted Jun 14, 2016 By admin
When: Thursday, June 23, 2016 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Where: Women’s Resource Centre, United House, North Road, London N7 9DP How to address inequalities
Barking & Dagenham Borough Surgery + BME Network Session Posted Jun 14, 2016 By admin
When: Tuesday, 28 June, 2016 09:30 AM – 2:00 PM: Borough Surgery (Lunch will be provided) 2:00 – 4:00 PM: BME Network Session Where: The
Gender equality and empowering women and girls in the UK : Call for evidence Posted Mar 31, 2016 By admin
Gender equality and empowering women and girls in the UK CALL FOR EVIDENCE The British Council has commissioned a study to provide a stock-take of