First Steps Womens Centre Dungannon

First Steps Womens Centre Dungannon

Start 2019 with the #SheInspiresMe Squad

Women for Women International

#SheInspiresMe Squad

Lace up your running shoes and sign up to take part in a marathon for Women for Women International. 

We have places in the Brighton Marathon taking place on Sunday 14th April 2019 and we’d love you to join our #SheInspiresMe Squad.

The money you raise will help give women survivors of war the tools they need to rebuild their lives. If you are up for the challenge, please email Victoria at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Where Women Work

Where Women Work newsletter

Prime employers are forging gender parity worldwide

Be inspired by the awesome women whose work and careers are truly rocking with tremendous support from their employers. Join them - whether you're an intern, apprentice, graduate, experienced professional, career returner or executive.

Flexible working? No problem! Top benefits? Absolutely! Diverse inclusive work culture? For sure!

Latest news and opportunities from prime employers for women

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100 Years since women had the right to vote!

Ladies, raise your glasses! Next week marks 100 years since a landmark law gave women in the UK the right to vote — and we have a lot to celebrate. Since that historic ruling, life has improved drastically for women in this country. 

But fast forward to 2018, and opportunities are still limited for women and girls around the world, all because of sexist laws that belong in the 1900s. Like the suffragettes before them, inspiring young women like Sonita Alizadeh and Nujood Aliare fighting to end misogynistic practices like child marriage — and today, they need your help.

Ladies, turn the clock forward 100 years — take action to end child marriage for a better future for women and girls. 

Meet Samira, whose story is both tragic and inspiring. In Bangladesh, where Samira is from, over half of girls marry before the age of 18 — and they are often submitted to horrific violence from their husbands.

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Dame Helen Mirren becomes our Patron

"With the rise of brutal armed conflicts and extremism we are currently seeing unprecedented levels of violence against women, which means there has never been a greater need for the work of Women for Women International to support women survivors." Dame Helen Mirren

As a strong woman and powerful advocate for equality, Dame Helen Mirren is an inspiration for many women the world over, making her perfect for the role of Women for Women International’s first ever Patron. 

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