You are logged in. Log out
Need help? Click here or call 0808 80 10 800

News

03 December, 2015

Welsh Women’s Aid response to the Spending Review announcement on funding women’s services:

This week, the UK Government announced their spending review priorities, which included ring-fencing proceeds from the ‘tampon tax’ to provide £15million to fund “women’s services” each year. This included a shared £2million between England-based domestic abuse charities – Women’s Aid England and Safe Lives – and it was further announced that an allocation of £40million would be made for local domestic abuse services in England.Welsh Women’s Aid CEO, Eleri Butler, responds to these proposals and calls for action to save specialist services in Wales. Please click here to view full response.

"We heard from experts and Gypsy & Traveller women with experience of domestic abuse directly and the stories they told were harrowing. Abuse can begin early and last years and when women try to flee, there are often significant barriers to overcome." publications.parliament.uk/pa…

Yesterday from WelshWomensAid's Twitter