• Strategy into Action – How to be a top participatory strategic planner! Objectives of the course • Introduce specially-designed ten-step dynamic participatory strategic planning • Demystify strategic planning language and approaches • Identify your own strategic planning challenges and how to solve them • Present participatory approaches to planning that you can use in your more »

  • CEDAW is the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Violence Against Women. It is an international human rights treaty which the UK signed up to in the 1980s. Signing up to the treaty places an obligation on the UK to adhere to it. Every four years the UK is reviewed by the more »

  • Hosted by Baroness Anita Gale, the Women’s Resource Centre invites you to join us at a Round Table on: When the UK exits the EU, equality and human rights legislation, employment rights and measures aimed at tackling VAWG are at risk of being rolled back or eliminated altogether, and there are huge direct and indirect more »

  • Women’s Resource Centre have organised for some legal training sessions to be delivered to the partnerships in collaboration with WCSU. This specific session will be hosted by Women’s Heath In South Tyneside (WHIST). Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP are sending two solicitors for a full day of legal training on 15th December. What’s it about? CONTRACTS AND COMMERCIAL more »

  • Who is it for? Women’s organisations and women’s projects, particularly the finance officer or CEO,   looking to work in partnership and who want to learn how to manage finances.  What’s it about? The course is geared toward applying practical knowledge necessary in relating recognised financial concepts for financial decision making in consortium. The course is more »

  • The gradual shift from public sector grants to contracts and the more recent reduction in commissioner numbers are having an adverse impact on specialist women’s services. The process of commissioning services via competitive tendering has meant that women’s organisations are now in competition with larger, often generic national charities and private sector organisations. The size more »