Events In Glasgow
Glasgow Violence Against Women Partnership
Making Young People Equally Safe, launching the Guideline for Responding to Gender Based Violence in a Youth Setting.
23rd November, City Chambers, 9.30am – 11.30am
Speakers include Councillor Jim Coleman: Chair, Glasgow Violence Against Women Partnership; Paula Dunn: The Rosey Project, and members of the Guideline steering group. Refreshments on arrival.
Money Advice Outcomes – Improvement Service
Improving Outcomes In Money Advice – 16 Days Of Action – Stakeholder Workshop And Learning Event
29 November, Glasgow .The event will focus on ways to embed early intervention approaches, addressing the barriers and challenges for people accessing advice services and when impacted by domestic abuse and identify ways to improve collaborate and to upskill the sector. For full details please contact Sandra Sankey, firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile 07771 958 964
Amina – MWRC and Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre
FILM Launch ‘Hopscotch’
Hopscotch explores racist, sexist and Islamophobic street harassment, based on a poem by Nadine Aisha Jassat (Nadine Aisha) and made by award-winning filmmaker Roxana Vilk.
Saturday 25th November – LONDON
Monday 27th November – FORTH VALLEY: ALLOA
Wednesday 29th November – GLASGOW
Wednesday 6th December – ABERDEEN
Saturday 9th December – EDINBURGH
The Daisy Project and Glasgow Women’s Library
Her Spirit will Soar , she will fly and be free from abuse.
30th November, 6pm, Tramway. Join us for our theatre and see the journey of women from all walks of life’s overcoming abuse. Our event will show case four mini productions and tell stories of Gender Inequality, Forced Marriage, Family Abuse in Marriage and the Controlling Partner. These Stories will take you on a journey of women’s strong spirit and resilience in times of adversity and hardship when dealing with abuse.
PEEK: Possibilities For Each And Every Kid
30 November, 7.30 – 9.30pm, Glasgow. The Breakthrough Project supports children and young people to explore Identity, Body Image, Self-Esteem and Gender Stereotyping using the arts.
The University of Strathclyde’s Equally Safe in Higher Education (ESHE) Project and the Glasgow Violence Against Women Partnership
LEAVE NO ONE BEHIND: Working in Partnership to End Gender-based Violence
Thursday, December 7, University of Strathclyde – Technology and Innovation Centre, 99 George Street, Glasgow G1 1RD. 9.30 am to 1.30 pm (registration opens at 9:00am). This event is free
The theme for the 16 Days of International Activism against Violence against Women 2017 is ’Leave no one behind’. Scotland’s Further and Higher Education sectors play a key role in ensuring our young people achieve their full potential and recognise their responsibilities for preventing violence against women and gender-based violence (GBV) on their campuses. This half-day seminar will demonstrate the value of partnership working for universities and colleges working to prevent gender-based violence. A packed programme will showcase current developments and examples of good practice in cross-sector and multi-agency partnership working on an issue which affects communities across Scotland.
Shakti Women’s Aid
‘Love Me, Love Me Not: Sexting, Honour Based Violence, & Young People’
7th December, Glasgow
Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership (South Sector)
Staff and Community Event: Queen Elizabeth University Hospital (Atrium), 28th November 11am – 3pm
Community Breakfast- Peat Road Hall, 9am-11am on Tuesday 5/12/17
Our Spirit Soared Drama- Tramway: Thursday 30/11/17 Evening 5-8pm ~
Staff Only Events
Govanhill Health Centre, 6th December, Twomax Building 11th December, Elderpark Clinic 12th December.
FGM Awareness Training Session for Staff who work with young people: Castlemilk Health Centre
For more informtion please contact: Siobhan Boyle, Health Improvement Team Phone: 0141 232 8091 Mobile: 07747020108 Email: Siobhan.Boyle@ggc.scot.nhs.uk