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

Upcoming events:

  • 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…

Good to hear @fmwales commit to the implementation of the principles of #IstanbulConvention in Wales. A clear aim to prevent, protect & support and aim to #EndVAWG #VAWDASV for future generations. A sustainable specialist #VAWDASV sector in Wales will be vital in achieving this.

About 13 hours ago from WelshWomensAid's Twitter