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Events

We have a range of events from fundraisers, seminars and conferences open to all, through to sector specific training.

Upcoming events:

  • Tuesday 26th March 2019

    Make a Stand Cymru 2019

    Make a Stand Cymru: Housing’s role in ending domestic abuse and sexual violence, Welsh Women’s Aid and the Chartered Institute of Housing Cymru The role of housing services in tackling violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence across Wales About the event:  This Welsh Women’s Aid and CIH Cymru conference will examine the critical…

  • 25th March 2019 10:00AM - 16:00PM

    Welsh Women’s Aid National Public Sector Leadership Conference

    Those in leadership roles across the public sector have a responsibility to foster an organisational culture and infrastructure in which violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence are acknowledged as issues which may affect the workforce, the client group and friends and family. Welsh Government’s Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence team…

  • Primary Agenda
    19th March 2019, 18:00 - 19:30PM

    Supporting Children in Making Positive Relationships Matter

    Supporting children in making positive relationships matter Book your place for the launch of ‘Primary AGENDA: Supporting Children in Making Positive Relationships Matter’ – sponsored by Lynne Neagle AM Speakers include: Lynne Neagle, Assembly Member and Chair of the Children, Young People and Education Committee Professor Emma Renold, Cardiff University  Sally Holland, Children’s Commissioner for Wales…

  • Friday 8 February 2019, 09:30 - 13:30

    Welsh Women’s Aid: Sexual Violence Seminar

    Welsh Women’s Aid would like to invite you to an informing seminar focusing on sexual abuse and violence. The seminar will take place on Friday the 8th of February 2019, during the sexual violence awareness week. It will explore good practice in supporting survivors of sexual violence, with a particular focus on the intersectional impact…

  • Thursday 24th January 2019 18:00PM

    Forty Voices, Forty Years Project Launch

    Forty Voices, Forty Years is a heritage project led by Welsh Women’s Aid in collaboration with the George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling at the University of South Wales. It is an exciting project which commemorates 40 years of Welsh Women’s Aid and recognises that women’s memories, voices and lives are often written out of our national heritage….

  • Monday 10th December 2018, 11:30AM - 16:30PM

    Don’t be a Bystander – Awareness Event

    Welsh Women’s Aid in partnership with Cardiff University invites you to our Don’t be a Bystander Awareness Event! The aim of this event is to instigate a national conversation across Wales amongst universities and the communities in which they are located. This event will bring together survivors, community members in universities in Wales (staff, students,…

  • 6th December 2018, 2-5pm

    Time’s Up Dialogue Session, 6th December 2018

    Welsh Women’s Aid invites you to our ‘Time’s Up dialogue session’ on Thursday 6th December, a session where we are bringing activists and industry professionals together to discuss how we can create real, and lasting change in Wales. This dialogue session will be an exciting opportunity to challenge attitudes to sexual harassment, to call out…

  • Tuesday 6th November - Thursday 22nd November 2018

    Forty Voices, Forty Years at The Welfare Hall, Ystradgynlais

    Welsh Women’s Aid and the George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling (GEECS) at the University of South Wales are pleased to be exhibiting the Forty Voices, Forty Years project at The Welfare Hall, in Ystradgynlais from Tuesday 6th November until Thursday 22nd November. Forty Voices, Forty Years is a heritage project[1] led by Welsh Women’s…

  • Thursday 29th November 2018, 9.15am - 4.00pm 

    Welsh Women’s Aid National Conference – 29th November 2018

    Future 40: Challenging and preventing violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence in Wales Violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence are prevalent in all areas of Wales, as they are across the UK and the globe. They are not however, inevitable. They are preventable. In our 40th year, Welsh Women’s Aid is looking…

  • 23rd May 2018 - 9 - 2pm

    Supporting Women Exploited by the Sex Industry Seminar

    Welsh Women’s Aid and Safer Wales are inviting you to a seminar on Wednesday 23rd of May to explore supporting women who are exploited by the sex industry in Wales. This event aims to have speakers who are experts on this topic, to have open discussions around the key recommendations and actions to ensure women exploited by the sex industry are supported with policy and practice to end violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence.

  • Multiple Dates

    100 Years 100 Banners Workshop

    PROCESSIONS and Welsh Women’s Aid will hold a series of banner making workshops led by Hexxx, a female art collective, on Monday 9th April, Tuesday 10th April and Saturday 9th June. PROCESSIONS is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take part in a mass participation artwork to celebrate one hundred years of votes for women. Artichoke invites women* and girls across the…

  • 6 February 2018

    The role of self defence in preventing violence against women – seminar

    Tuesday 6 February 2017, 9:30 – 12:00, Butetown Community Centre, Cardiff This seminar, run by Irene Zeilinger, will explore the role of self defence in preventing violence against women. Based on a report produced for the European Parliament, this seminar will look at the definition of women’s self defence – including a critical analysis of…

  • Thursday, 30 November 2017

    Supporting Women who Experience Multiple Disadvantage Seminar

    This seminar will explore how services can deliver a trauma informed response to supporting women who experience multiple disadvantage. With increases in women accessing specialist violence against women services with multiple needs, such as mental health and substance misuse, this seminar will look at what it means to deliver a trauma informed response that is…

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