A popular NSPCC campaign that aims to help keep children safe from sexual abuse has launched in Nottingham.
The Talk PANTS campaign sees Broxtowe Women’s Project (BWP), collaborating with the NSPCC to reach out acro... Read more
A free exhibition of poetry, installation art and photography inspired by the personal experiences of survivors of Domestic Abuse was officially opened to the public on the 5 November by the women who created the pieces.... Read more
A magazine packed with poetry, art and imagery is the powerful result of a collaboration between the National Justice Museum, local artist Boseda Olawoye, and women supported by BWP earlier this year.
The women, who a... Read more
Broxtowe Women’s Project (BWP) is proud to announce that we are the first Domestic Abuse charity in the UK to receive White Ribbon Accreditation.
White Ribbon is a global campaign that encourages people, especially ... Read more
Broxtowe Women’s Project (BWP) has progressed their campaigning to end all male violence against women and girls by receiving White Ribbon Accreditation.
White Ribbon is a global campaign that encourages people, esp... Read more
Thursday 7 October 2021 is National Poetry Day; which gives us all at BWP a chance for us to reflect on the power of poetry, and words, on healing.
Many of the women, children and families who have been victims of D... Read more
We were delighted that so many people from partner organisations could join us for our White Ribbon Netwalk on Friday 24 September.
This Netwalk meeting was conceived with a passion to bring people together to d... Read more
“Wealth means power: the power to subdue, to crush, to exploit, the power to enslave, to outrage, to degrade”. – Emma Goldman
Financial abuse involves controlling a person’s ability to acquire, use, and maintain... Read more
Abusive fathers use children as weapons to control their intimate partners.
These men seemingly have little regard for the significant damage caused to their children. Domestic abuse has a devastating impact on children... Read more
One of Eastwood’s most treasured performers, drag artist Mark Preston, turned the spotlight on to a local Domestic Abuse charity at one his famous fundraising events.
Mark Preston, who performs as Zandra across Nott... Read more