We are delighted that the writer and Domestic Abuse survivor, Natascha Graham, is allowing us to share her blog posts and short films with you via our website.
Natascha is a writer of stage, screen, fiction, non-fic... Read more
“Men don’t abuse women because society tells them it’s ok. They do it because society tells them they are entitled to be in control.” – Jess Hill.
There are two significant factors that contribute to men’s a... Read more
BWP would like to say a huge thank you to some of its friends and supporters for some extraordinary fundraising efforts this summer.
Our founder, Andrea Lucy-Hirst (below on the left) raised £220 through an Open Gard... Read more
“I’ve been doing this for a long time – manipulating people to get my own way. That’s why you think you love me. Because I’ve broken you down and built you back up to believe it. It wasn’t an accident,” - C... Read more
Our charity was praised in Parliament on Tuesday 29 June 2021, by MP for Broxtowe, Darren Henry, and the Minister for Crime and Policing, Kit Malthouse MP.
Darren Henry asked: "During this pandemic, we have seen and u... Read more
Our incredible Chair, Rachel Riggs, was chosen by social enterprise (and one of the first certified B-Corporations in the UK), Cause 4, as their Trustee of the month for June 2021!
“Becoming Chair wa... Read more
A group of Nottingham women who came together while receiving support for their experience of domestic abuse from Broxtowe Women’s Project have raised hundreds of pounds by completing more than 1,000 miles in a fundrai... Read more
We are delighted to see The Consent Coalition's A to Z of Consent out there today, being shared, and educating people about #consent
We were so happy to be able to support it!
The A-Z of Consent campaign gives key ... Read more
Our 20th birthday celebrations have become even happier, after learning we are to receive our largest ever donation from free debt advice provider, PayPlan.
We have been gifted an incredible £50,000 by PayPlan to enh... Read more
Women supported by BWP have created some incredible art at two recent Wellbeing events.
At our Nature in the Park event families gathered together to create artwork from natural resources, and were inspired by nature.... Read more
Abusive fathers will use their children in a variety of different ways to perpetuate domestic abuse. Using children is highly effective as a way of exerting power and control over their intimate partners or former partners.