Are you struggling to get over your past? Have you moved on from an abusive relationship but can’t shake off low moods? So many survivors of domestic abuse are left with low moods and depression. They’ve often lost ... Read more
Last weekend I did something a little different… I joined a Women’s March! Reclaim the Night is a night for women to come together and protest against street harassment and all forms of men’s violence against women... Read more
Sunday (November 25) was White Ribbon Day, also known as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
It was also the start of the 16 Days of Action Against Domestic Violence.*
The 16 days c... Read more
Anti-Bullying Week 2018 takes place from the 12th-16th November.
Broxtowe Women’s Project are proud to support and promote Anti-Bullying week. The theme for Anti-Bullying Week 2018 is ‘Choose Respect’.
The aim ... Read more
Talk Money Week is the annual celebration of the work thousands of organisations are doing to improve money management across the UK, so we decided it would be a good idea to join in with Talk Money Week and discuss fina... Read more
October is Home Security Awareness Month. For most people it is always handy to have extra safety advice, but for survivors of domestic abuse it can be even more valuable.
Home is meant to be a safe place, a place w... Read more
In our focus on older survivors, our previous two blogs have focused firstly on the specific issues with older abuse, and secondly on what can be done about it. In this blog we will look at some case studies of older abu... Read more
In the past we have talked about what friends and family members can say to someone affected by domestic abuse, but it is just as important to know what NOT to say.
If someone confides in you that they are experiencin... Read more
Broxtowe Women’s project would like to say a huge well done to the two members of staff and the Trustee who successfully completed a sprint triathlon and an even bigger thank you to those who sponsored them.
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In the second of our blogs about domestic abuse and older women, we look at the role health professionals can play in helping survivors
At Broxtowe Women’s Project, we are determined to make ourselves accessible to ... Read more
Broxtowe Women’s Project are excited to launch their new fundraising pack ‘Afternoon Tea for BWP’ this will hopefully get people together sharing the experience of afternoon tea and raising vital funding for women and children affected by domestic abuse. BWP relies on grants and donations because we do not receive any statutory funding so the … Continue reading Afternoon Tea for BWP→