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  • Support For Women Survivors of Depression

    Support For Women Survivors of Depression

    Women experiencing mental illness across Sheffield & South Yorkshire can say SODIT – by joining an organisation for Survivors Of Depression In Transition, aiming to help them move on.SODIT provides support services like a self-help (peer) group made up of women who have personal experience of the same issue or life situation , facilitates counselling services and offers creative courses. Their next peer support group starts on 23 March.

  • Together Women Events

    Together Women Events

    Together Women in Sheffield are offering Dance Workshops for Wellbeing for women from all backgrounds and experiences.The next sessions are on 1st and 8th November. You can also drop in every Monday to their Women Wellbeing Cafe and their VIBE project also offers drop in sessions for young women aged 12-19 to have a say on issues affecting them and bring about change.

  • Women in Lockdown Project

    Women in Lockdown Project

    Sheffield Feminist Archive is inviting women of all ages, races, and ethnicities and with any health conditions to share their experiences of life in Sheffield during the pandemic. They want to build a digital archive that captures, preserves and amplifies local women’s experiences and are looking for your submissions until September 1st 2021.

  • Call for Evidence to Improve Health and Wellbeing of Women in England

    Call for Evidence to Improve Health and Wellbeing of Women in England

    Although female life expectancy is higher than men in the UK, women on average spend less of their life in good health compared with men. Less is known about conditions that only affect women and women are diagnosed late or their conditions are overlooked. The government want to hear from as many women as possible from all ages and backgrounds about what you think works well and what needs to change.

  • 100 Women in Cycling Nominations

    100 Women in Cycling Nominations

    Has someone inspired you to try cycling? Has someone supported, encouraged or helped you to find confidence in cycling? Cycling UK celebrate ‘100 women in Cycling’ every year. Why not nominate someone this year? It takes 5 minutes and raises the profile of cycling.The more diverse the entrances the better.

  • SheFest 2020

    SheFest 2020

    SheFest is a not-for-profit organisation made up of local volunteers championing women’s rights and gender equality through a range of inclusive events, activities, workshops, film screenings and more across South Yorkshire. With a feminist fringe festival made up of 10 days ( 5th to 15th March ) of inclusive events in celebration of International Women’s Day (March 8th), SheFest welcomes everyone to join in, try something new and have fun.

  • Sheffield Womens Hub – 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence

    Sheffield Womens Hub – 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence

    The 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence ( from November 25 to December 10 ) is an international campaign calling for the elimination of all forms of gender based violence. Individual women from the Women’s Hub alongside representatives from local organisations have co-ordinated a programme of events in Sheffield.

  • Female Only Yoga for Beginners

    Together Women is a charitable organisation, working to support women and girls with multiple and complex needs across the North of England and has recently started running female only Yoga sessions for women aged 16 and over at their Sheffield Centre on 106 Arundel Lane, Sheffield S1 4RF .

  • This Girl Can Weekender Events

    Try something new! Women and girls with an interest in sport – and of any ability range – are being offered free taster sessions at several Sheffield venues from 6-9 October.

  • Money Matters Project Research - Single Parent Women and Poverty

    Are you a disabled woman and a single parent? If so the Money Matters project would love to hear from you. They want to interview as many disabled women as possible, in confidence, about what it’s like to be a single parent with a disability and highlight possible solutions and coping mechanisms which might assist other women.

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