• This is a new course which combines Partnerships: Getting off to a Good Start and Partnerships: Putting it into practice. In this trianing course, Dionne Nelson, WRC’s Deputy CEO, will share her knowledge, experience and learnings from working with partnerships for over a decade. Who is it for? Organisations new to thinking strategically about partnerships more »

  • Hosted by Helen Grant MP, the Women’s Resource Centre invites you to join us for our ‘Bringing Women’s Voices into the Heart of Government ‘ 2.30pm – 4pm, Jubilee Room, House of Commons, 24th October This event will consider how we can bring women’s voices into the heart of government so that they can support more »

  • Who’s it for? This is a key piece of legislation that is relevant to work being carried out in all sectors and at all levels. The course is designed to be accessible to a wide audience and avoids legal jargon. It focuses on deepening participants understanding of how the Equality Act 2010 can be used more »

  • NOV THU 9

    Ever wanted to be a top Strategist? This course will show you how! What’s it about? I make strategic planning fun! I will introduce you to my specially-designed ten-step participatory strategic planning process, to make strategic planning, dynamic, motivating, and ensure by-in from all the team. This involves asking the fundamental questions: “Who are we, more »

  • The ASCENT programme has been funded by London Councils to host a series of special events each year to address overarching issues in the VAWG sector in London. This Special Event will focus on CEDAW – the UN Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women. The day will include talks, panels, 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 »