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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2024 Announcement  NOTICE is hereby given that the Ross-shire Women’s Aid Annual General Meeting will be held at 530pm on Thursday 21st March 2024 .  Venue TBC. AGENDA Welcome and introductions Apologies Minutes of the Annual General Meeting held Receive the Annual Report and Financial Statements for...
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Quiz Night

Come and join us for a fun filled night and to help raise some funds for Ross-shire Womens Aid. Friday 21st November – 7.30 -9.30pm at Dingwall Community Centre Entry fee £5 per person with no more than 6 per team.  £50 first prize for the winning team This is...
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These Heels Are Made For Walking

Calling all husbands, dads, brothers, uncles, nephews, grandads, sons. Pledge your support for ending violence against women and raise some funds for Ross-shire Women’s Aid and White Ribbon Scotland  by taking part in our sponsored walk in Dingwall. The sponsored walk will take place on Saturday 18th October from 10.30 am. If you...
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One Billion Rising

On Friday 14th February we held a demo Inverness Sheriff Court , to raise awareness of the barriers women face in accessing justice, as part of this years We will have several speakers on the day including MSP John Finnie and Rhoda Grant with their insight for improving women's access to justice. Come and show your support for improving women's access to justice.

Fixers Scotland – Inspiring Girls to Think Big

Fixers Scotland - Inspiring Girls to Think Big One fixer created a series of posters showing inspirational women. Hoping to inspire girls to go after their dreams regardless of what others thought!! The aim is for primary school children see the posters and appreciate the vast array of exciting opportunities that are available to them, so that they might then aspire to be something more that what they immediately see around them.

Rape Crisis Scotland Survey

Rape Crisis Scotland are currently doing some lobbying about improving the experience for survivors of sexual violence in the court system. Currently many have survivors, who are seen as witnesses and do not have any legal representation, have their mental health, homelessness, involvement in prostitution, sexual history and medical records etc brought up and scrutinised in court. This is done often without challenge and survivors can often feel they are the ones being tried rather than the accused. In order to gather evidence on the need for change they are looking to gather feedback directly from survivors about their experience in court.

Coffee Morning with Naomi Breeze – Ullapool

Ross-shire women's aid are holding a coffee morning on Saturday 9th November in the Macphail Centre Ullapool from 11am-1pm. As well as sampling some lovely home baking this will be an opportunity to find out more about the work of Ross-shire women's Aid, about domestic abuse and how you can help those affected by abuse. There will be a performance of Jackie's Story at 11.45, jewellery making, kids crafts and nail art by OMG Nails