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Wirral Today - Summer 2021

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CONTENTS PAGES 04 05 PAGES 10 11 Kickstarting Careers Leverhulme PAGES 06 07 PAGES 12 14 Amber Button CIC Newton Park Allotments PAGES 08 PAGES 15 Volunteers Week Queens Award Autism Transition to Employment Toolkits PAGES 09 Ministry of Justice Specialist Fund

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PAGE 16 17 PAGES 25 Pride Month 2021 New Ferry PAGE 18 19 PAGE 26 27 Elsie s Moon CAW Teamwork PAGES 20 21 PAGE 28 29 Zel Rodgers CAW Girl Power PAGES 22 23 PAGE 30 Safer Streets Upcoming Events

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Kickstarting your career can be an exciting and positive time especially when just leaving school college or university However sometimes the right direction may not be always in view and starting out may be harder than it looks Businesses are always looking for experience that some people may not have right out of education The Kickstart scheme is here to change that With over 500 placement opportunities in over 100 different companies you re bound to gain the vital experience you need to really kickstart your career The Wirral Chamber of Commerce is proud to be a part of this scheme and offer a varied number of openings Paula Basnett CEO at Wirral Chamber of Commerce has praised the Kickstarter scheme saying This is such a hugely significant scheme Over the past twelve months the pandemic has had a critical impact on the employment prospects of many but especially for those 18 to 24 year olds We must develop work and skill opportunities and through the Kickstart scheme SMEs that may have been excluded can provide much needed opportunities to young people We are delighted at the success of the scheme so far and to be the first Chamber in the country approved as a Gateway Plus Paula Basnett CEO Wirral Chamber of Commerce But don t just take our word for it Here are some of the Kickstarters experiences with the scheme and what they ve achieved from it 04

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Since starting my Kickstart placement in April I have had an amazing couple of months working with Community Action Wirral At the start of the first lockdown I withdrew from university in order to reapply elsewhere so started to look for a job for the year After months of job searching I finally heard about the Kickstart Scheme and within a week I was invited to interview with Community Action Wirral For any young people who like me have had an uphill battle searching for jobs this year apply for Kickstart Every stage of the application process has been a positive experience for me and I have learnt so much just in these first two months The guaranteed interview for a full time position at the end of the placement is of huge value to anyone looking for long term employment and the workplace experience you will gain is invaluable Working with CAW I believe will be the making of me both professionally and personally I have already seen a difference in my confidence and outlook within the first three weeks of being here I cannot wait to see what the next couple of months has in store for me and the new skills I will learn I would recommend this scheme to anyone else who has been struggling to find employment Sometimes the smallest things and steps you take can make the biggest difference The team at Egerton House make me feel that I am a part of something positive and that each and every one of us is valued as an employee We all play our part to make our team successful as we promote the work of CAW and support Wirral businesses With my fellow Kickstarter s I have found a team of equally intelligent and wonderful people all of a similar age who have struggled with finding employment after university That fear of being the only one struggling has been a constant source of anxiety over the past few years but knowing and talking with the others has proven me wrong 05

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Changing Lives through learning Amber Button CIC is an independent grass Managing Director Jeanette Cook told us roots not for profit organisation providing We take a holistic approach to working with bespoke adult and community learning individuals ensuring that our provision is training and support to benefit the needs led and that our learners are supported communities in which we live and work to learn achieve and progress Based in Birkenhead Amber Button CIC We offer a varied mix of provision Jeanette provide not for profit services activities and events for the benefit of the communities continued from preparation for work courses work clubs and confidence building to throughout Wirral Cheshire West and parenting provision and leisure courses Wrexham Much of our provision is funded meaning They have a clear vision and ethos which is to that if a learner is aged 19 and either help people to progress along a pathway of unemployed or has an annual income of less positive change They decide their own aims that 18 135 provision is free The aim of these priorities and pathways but where they share funding streams is to support positive the same objectives frequently work in wellbeing and to move participants often partnership with third sector public or those hardest to reach closer to employment private organisations We are also in receipt of other smaller funding pots that enable us to support local people 06

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Funded provision Criteria is Wirral resident Accredited provision funded criteria as unemployed or in receipt of benefits low wage above dates venues as follows and aged 19 Venues include The Quirky Cafe Hoylake Stanton House Eastham and Seacombe Children s Centre Open Awards Level 1 Introduction to Live Event Production Tuesday 7 September 10am 4pm Crystal Sound and Light The Big Red Bus Activities to support and Seacombe Wallasey encourage positive mental health and Open Awards Level 3 Award in Education wellbeing Sessions cover topics such as and Training Weds 8 Sept Weds 8 Dec mindfulness hygge food for mood mental 10am 1pm Stanton House Eastham health first aid awareness and diet and fitness Craft Shack Craft sessions that encourage participants to develop transferable skills and support them to progress to further learning volunteering or employment Sessions include activities such as chocolate making mosaics bread making and felted soaps Non funded provision i e fee payable profits from our fee payable provision are used to support our health and wellbeing groups and Work Clubs Doodlebugs craft activities for pre school children Little Hooglies hygge for pre school children Baby Massage Baby Yoga and Family First Aid Kickstart Buzz A remote Amber Button Pop up Beauty Academy weekly session via Zoom for young courses in gel polish acrylic nails people who are exploring Kickstart manicure and nail art Accredited by the vacancies helping them to consider their Beauty Guild skill set identify gaps or areas for improvement and matching them to jobs Job Caf Regular sessions offering 1 1 Information Advice and Guidance and help with CV writing applying for jobs and interview skills Amber Button CIC work with a range of experienced tutors all of whom are carefully selected fully experienced and qualified in their specific areas and deliver the quality and reliable services that Amber Button CIC are well known for Amber Button regularly update their programme for up to date timings and dates please contact the team at Jeanette amberbuttoncic co uk FIND OUT MORE INFO AND FOLLOW THE TEAM AT AMBER BUTTON CIC HERE 07

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Volunteers have and always will be at the This has been so important during the last frontline of any situation that calls for them year the pandemic has left some people in People who go out of their way to make sure worse off positions volunteers dedicating that others come first It takes a special type their time to change this is something we can of soul to dedicate this amount of effort in all aspire towards ensuring others can live happily and safe The Queens award is the highest award that With this in mind it was an absolute pleasure to take part in volunteers week This was an opportunity for us all to celebrate our fantastic volunteers and partake in a number of activities and events that allowed new people to connect over a shared passion As well as this we will also got to celebrate the Queens award and show off the winners can be awarded to any organisation that goes above and beyond It was such a proud achievement to hear that some of our Wirral organisations won the prestigious award Two places that worked hard for this award where The Hive and Wirral Foodbank The work they ve done has not only made an impact on the community but has extended beyond and Community Action Wirral has set up so many made them recognised by the highest great events and opportunities for volunteers awarding body there is These events have been so popular that they Volunteer week has been about celebrating have continued and more events are on the way These include a great networking event that aims to connect volunteers from all over the Wirral to come together and collaborate As well as these events Community Action Wirral have updated its volunteering system this makes it easier than ever to get involved and volunteer in your community More great news is that over 200 individuals have been nominated for our Volunteer Appreciation certificates This is our way of saying thank you to all those people who strive to make the community a better place for everyone 08 and commending the great people who dedicate themselves to always go the extra miles all to better their communities We should remember that even after the week we celebrate them they should be recognised and celebrated everyday of the year

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FUNDING OPPORTUNITY OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS MINISTRY OF JUSTICE SPECIALIST FUND A funding opportunity for organisations supporting survivors victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence who are led by with and for communities facing racial inequality disabled people or LGBTQ communities Funds will support activities and offer wrap around support which improve digital and remote capacity provide continuity in support and enhance future sustainability APPLICATIONS CLOSE 12 00 noon Tuesday 20th July 2021 ELIGIBLE COUNTRIES England and Wales ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS Income of between 75 000 and 10 million FUNDING AVAILABLE Between 5 000 to 70 000 Application Guidance can be found here and FAQs can be found here Please read this guidance carefully before beginning your application APPLY HERE

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WORLD LEADER IN PLACE MAKING T O M A T C H P O R T S U N L I G H T L E G A C Y Wirral can once again become a world leader The document makes it clear that Leverhulme in place making and build on the legacy of wholeheartedly supports the successful Port Sunlight but only if it takes a more regeneration of brownfield land and adds that holistic approach to creating new and the Estate is uniquely placed to enhance enhancing existing communities Wirral on a significant and comprehensive Leverhulme is calling for a wider debate about sustainable development in the borough to ensure that the Wirral of the future is best equipped to meet the needs of all of its residents Leverhulme says the pandemic has made it more urgent than ever that communities provide for healthy living and are as sustainable as possible The Estate has sent a brochure entitled The Leverhulme Vision to all Wirral MPs councillors and other key stakeholders urging them to champion a broader debate on viable deliverable and dynamic development to meet all needs before it is too late 10 scale and is the only partner capable of creating beautiful new neighbourhoods closely linked to their rural setting but offering enhanced accessibility and where health and wellbeing are prioritised The 1st Viscount Leverhulme had the vision for Port Sunlight which is today still considered a shining example of model village excellence Along with the 2nd and 3rd Viscounts he also played a key role in the development of the village of Thornton Hough The Leverhulme document states Port Sunlight made Wirral a world leader in placemaking The Leverhulme Vision would restore this status to Wirral

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Leverhulme says that the scale of its landholding over 5 000 acres would enable Wirral to maximise the benefits of sustainable development and access to the countryside for everyone and provide for Greater health and wellbeing Communities and not just homes Beautiful homes for Wirral residents New and enhanced public access Enhanced biodiversity Modern biodiverse farmland Better connected infrastructure including enhanced network of cycleways and Nigel continued A Local Plan is not about pitching brownfield against greenfield or for promoting things that can t be delivered or footpaths that people don t want A thriving rural economy It is about how we deliver the kind of Improved leisure and tourism facilities beautiful sustainable communities that The document recognises that the creation genuinely meet people s wide ranging needs and delivery of sustainable communities where today and into the future The events of the people want to live and to spend work and last year have highlighted the importance of leisure time is complex and it needs to this approach more than ever consider the views of many different This means having a proper holistic debate stakeholders that considers all of the big issues including the climate emergency health and wellbeing Wirral has a once in ageneration opportunity to achieve truly transformational new communities connected infrastructure leisure and tourism a modern rural economy and the need to ensure that plans will be delivered To read The Leverhulme Vision document in full HERE Nigel McGurk Head of Land and Planning Leverhulme L E V E R H U L M E N E T 11

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d e t Uni we June was pride month in the UK and around Here in Wirral we have a wide variety of the world a month dedicated to celebrating LGBTQ groups that are here to unite everything and everyone in the LGBTQ support and encourage the community community These groups have become popular with Allowing people to express who they are in a our community as they offer a place free loving and happy way is the cornerstone of from discrimination and help all our any progressing society and community local communities celebrate pride in a regardless of the month wonderful way There is a rich and vibrant history of SAHIR HOUSE LGBTQ communities within the Liverpool City Region Liverpool is the location of Britain s first and only official gay quarter the only LGBTQ combined arts organisation in the North of England the UK s most gayfriendly university and one of Europe s largest free LGBTQ Pride festivals Sahir House has been offering HIV support prevention information and training across Merseyside since 1985 Sahir House increases HIV and sexual health knowledge reduces stigma and campaigns for the rights for those living with HIV and related intersectionality s gender sexuality asylum status 16

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TRANS HEALTH MERSEYSIDE Trans Health Merseyside THM is a monthly wellbeing peer support space held via Zoom covering a range of health and wellbeing issues Every 3rd Tuesday of the month 3pm New participants must register before attendance Contact Kath Charters for more details WIRRAL LGBT NETWORK LCR PRIDE FOUNDATION Information advice and peer support for Champions the rights of LGBT people living lesbians gay men bisexuals and trans people in and visiting the region They fight to in Wirral The group meets the 4th Tuesday of highlight the daily barriers the community every month at 4pm via zoom New faces and create an inclusive culture for all participants must register before attendance to enjoy and participate in through a diverse Contact Kath Charters for more details at programme of events initiatives and hivtesting sahir uk com campaigns This year has already seen a huge milestone Whilst in 2020 same sex marriage was for the gay community with the release of finally legalised in Northern Ireland the new 50 note featuring Alan Turing Alan Turing was recognised for his genius but like many men until 1967 he lived as a criminal simply for being gay His appearance on the new 50 note has been welcomed by parts of the LGBTQ community as a symbol of a country facing up to the way gay men were persecuted Now we can t celebrate Pride without mentioning some of the famous LGBTQ personalities who came from our peninsula One of which is of course Lily Savage aka Paul O Grady who was born in Tranmere Birkenhead Paul O Grady s drag persona of Lily Savage gained notability in the London Gay scene and he has since continued to excel with his own chat show which ended in 2011 Another famous LGBTQ face from the Wirral is Pete Burns who was a singer songwriter and TV personality Most famous for the song You Spin Me Round Like a Record as well as his appearance on Celebrity Big Brother 4 This year it s even more important to celebrate each other after the global pandemic has left a lot of people alone We have also recently seen Transgender Everybody needs to share and experience Youtuber and influencer NikkieTutorials host love and love is love no matter who it is Eurovision shared with 17

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BREAKING THE e c n e l Si THE INSPIRING WORK OF ELSIE S MOON Elsie Stevie Pagett was born on 3rd of August 2018 She had a drama queen entrance into the world with a head of fluffy black hair much to her Mummy and Daddy s surprise The professionals at Arrowe Park Hospital Midwives and Intensive Care Team couldn t have been more supportive and caring during the family s time with them Elsie fought hard for 17 hours and made her parents Chris and Lindsey so proud The inspiration and lasting memories she left will live on forever Chris and Lindsey used this wonderful inspiration to create Elsie s Moon Charity in memory of their beautiful daughter Elsie s Moon has been set up with the aim of supporting families when pregnancy doesn t follow the plan Elsie s Moon create comfort boxes for different gestations of pregnancy loss provide information signposting to different services peer support fund equipment and runs wellbeing sessions for families when pregnancy doesn t follow the plan We spoke to Lindsey about her amazing work and what her charity allows them to do 18

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Lindsey said We are there to really support our families no matter the journey they have experienced We want them to know that there is someone thinking of them during the most heart breaking of times Keeping families safe with restrictions over this time has stopped us from seeing the those who need us the most During this time we developed and launched our virtual hug program that allowed us to provide self care packages sealed with the biggest of virtual hugs Prior to setting up Elsie s Moon Lindsey and Chris reached out to Community Action Wirral to help set up their Charity and support to help it grow and reach as many people as it needed to We spoke about how that support enabled them to do so much more We didn t know where to take it at first we just knew we wanted to do as much as we possibly could for our families We spoke with Community Action Wirral for some guidance and Zel was fantastic We provide one to one counselling with Lindsey continued She supported us with setting professional counsellors for couples as up provided great online training and allowed us well as mental health sessions including to network with other charities locally It was so yoga All of this helps create that safe wonderful joining a community of charities that space for families to have a community could help each other We are very grateful for the who understand each other Our sessions support of Community Action Wirral will start again face to face in July When it comes to making sure the people who For Chris and Lindsey it is all about need help during these difficult times get it getting in touch with the people who Elsie s Moon aims to provide that help and they do need it most In their daughter s memory a fantastic job When looking towards the future they want provide the care and support and the aims and growth Lindsey shared some for families in their community that need great programs getting ready to launch as well as them providing professional support If you or anyone you know may benefit We are so incredibly proud to be launching our from getting in touch with Elsie s Moon Moonbow project specific support aimed at or if you want to donate and help this families on their pregnancy after loss PAL beautiful cause you can get in touch journey Rainbow babies are the following sibling here after loss ELSIESMOON CO UK 19

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ZEL RODGERS n o g n i draw e c n e i r e x p e 20

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When writing this article Zel gave me one my most memorable experiences We turned a piece of advice to stick to keep it real derelict piece of land into some beautiful This single quote says everything you need to community gardens It is always a joy to see a know about Zel and those who know her project through to its completion from the start would probably say the same For those that and creating something from nothing it really don t know her one thing that has always gives a sense of pride in the work been a passion of hers is volunteering and Lastly we discussed the future a topic on making her community a better place from South Africa all the way to Wirral she has done just that many people s minds right now True to form Zel is still committed to making the community we all share a better place for Growing up in South Africa Zel would do any everyone This is something so vital going volunteering she could This included camp forward after all the uncertainty of the past counselling and even a special program year having people like Zel who will always called StreetWise a program that would help stay committed to making the world a better kids on the street in Johannesburg get back place is an inspiration into school and get back on the path of life they deserved After moving to Wirral she would walk past the volunteer centre every day taking her son to school after a few conversations she accepted a job there The timing was perfect Zel says Coming to join Community Action Wirral has been such a great experience caring for the community has always been a passion so coming somewhere like this really takes me back to my roots which feels amazing There is still so much work that can be done After being here for 17 years Zel has made Making lives better for children who don t share some great memories along the way Any job where you can make great memories with great people the same advantages that others have is something I find extremely important going forward Mental health is also something we must work on together especially after this year Issues like these must be addressed before is always a fantastic experience they affect the people involved There have been some big personalities at the Zel knew that once people stopped asking her beginning of relationships which have developed where she was from she was well known and into fantastic friendships that have lasted for her reputation proceeds her years Zel continued In this position I am Zel has made such a great impact on her always seeing the best in people which is a community the team at CAW and everyone brilliant thing I am always proud and amazed by who knows her couldn t thank her enough their dedication and genuineness they are all The last thing she said to me just goes to incredible people show how much of a dedicated and caring Zel also had some great things to share about person she is I m just someone who wants to some of her favourite projects Working with the garden team back in 2014 2015 was one of be part of the solution rather than do nothing at all 21

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Crime is a problem no matter where you are There have been great strides in but in the last couple of years the general improving our beloved peninsula both feeling about the challenging areas of our aesthetically and to crack down on crime peninsula has been rather negative Perhaps you have noticed local officers Birkenhead has its reputation of hooded from Bebington station in parks and open hoodlums and bizarre events that its spaces as part of Operation Parksafe This residents can only attribute to the area In operation will ensure that local officers recent years local organisations and continue to do this to make them safer government have been trying to change that places for everyone to use during the easing Not only are we making way with plans to of the lockdown and beyond rejuvenate Birkenhead as a shopping district SAFER STREETS CRIME REDUCTION PROGRAMME but there have also been initiatives to tackle crime across the Wirral Lockdown saw a decrease in reported crime on the Wirral as expected but all those months cooped up inside our own houses has led to an increase in aggressive behaviour Last June This programme ended in March 2021 but in the 6 months it ran we have seen results of its labour The project was led by Wirral Council in partnership with Merseyside Police the Police and Crime Commissioner there were reported assaults along and North Birkenhead Development Trust New Brighton leading to 48 hour Section 34 Funding of 550 000 from the Home Office Dispersal Zone in response to the anti social 150 000 from Wirral Council and 22 000 behaviour exhibited in one evening There was from Magenta Living funded programmes also a national rise in concern for domestic working with local people to help decide crimes such as domestic or child abuse due to how and where crime reduction projects the forced isolation of lockdown should best be placed 22

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The Safer Streets Project has delivered 40 new alley gates 8 new and 8 upgraded CCTV cameras a new CCTV control room 150 upgraded streetlights 300 home security packs for residents Mark Camborne the Assistant Director for Neighbourhoods Safety Transport at the Council and the project s sponsor said The long term aim of this programme is to develop long lasting and sustainable improvements to one of the most deprived areas in the Country To deliver a long term increase in quality of life for residents reductions in crime and ASB promoting a healthier community and real benefits in terms of life prospects for adults Inspector Chris Lucan Pratt said on the operation I want criminals to realise that Birkenhead is not a safe place to carry out your illegal activity we will continue to and young people carry out warrants roadside checks stop This sort of programme is devised through will face justice for your crimes the Safer Wirral Service a multi agency service which delivers an effective joined up community safety service for the people of Wirral The partners include services from Wirral Council Merseyside Police Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service voluntary sector organisations and housing searches and more and sooner or later you This operation is one of several being enacted to make our area safer Whilst the police are always the lead on handling crime there are also a few crime prevention programmes running on the Wirral doing their part associations This is a fantastic example of Warren Ward Executive Director at what can be achieved when our community Community Action Wirral Wirral Chamber comes together of Commerce said Tackling crime in Wirral There has also been a recent operation between local police forces which was behind the recent closure of the Mersey Tunnel This operation resulted in crack cocaine and cannabis being seized alongside 4 000 in cash as well as weapons These operations are vital in ensuring our community is free from crime and making our streets safer is a major priority We believe passionately that we can only reduce crime by working collectively as a partnership alongside authorities such as Merseyside Police Wirral Borough Council and our wider community Putting in place initiatives that not only focus on enforcement but that focus on reducing the causes of crime Everyone here is driven and determined to ensure our communities stay safe for everyone Crime has no future in Birkenhead or Wirral 23

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THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT IN y r r e F New New Ferry may be in for a well deserved until November 2021 to complete It is hoped rejuvenation by the end of 2024 If plans that by September a private developer will proposed by Wirral Council get passed have been selected to work with the council the town has a bright future ahead after some and development of the Griffith s site parts tough years There is already outline planning of Bebington Road and Woodhead Street permission for 79 residential units and 1 000 could be completed as early as 2023 square miles of new retail space This will be The future also brings physical regeneration a fantastic opportunity for the local community and the village by Wirral Council through 3 2m Future High Street funding Planning permission Like many towns all over the UK New Ferry has been given for much needed new homes has unfortunately suffered from years of shops and car parking in the town centre decline Although there may be many reasons There will be community consultation on behind this the devastating gas explosion in important details 2017 has left the town with wounds that not These plans will ultimately create a better not yet healed This horrible incident left 81 people injured a number of homes and store fronts destroyed town and community withing the Wirral It is a step in the right direction for our wonderful county All the projects that are planned Although this is a terrible part of New throughout the Wirral are all going to bring Ferry s history new developments will bring new business homes and people and really much needed relief to all those who have rejuvenate all the communities throughout suffered after the explosion New businesses the Wirral will come to the area as well as brand new New Ferry has had some hard years of homes decline and it is time for that to change and Wirral Council is currently in the process of become a thing of the past The future is making compulsory purchases of some of really bright and with it comes new the properties in the town centre to make opportunities communities and a return way for the redevelopment this could take to glory 25

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The fight for equality between the sexes has been an uphill struggle for centuries but overtime we have overcome some of the obstacles For instance women are now allowed to vote thanks to the suffragettes movement in the early 1900s Most women work whilst enjoying the freedom of the choice to bear children on their terms through the means of contraception and family planning options Speaking of work women are also now paid the same as men thanks to the Equality Pay Act 1970 and its replication in 2010 Women are also mostly protected in the workplace due to the implementation of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 which protects men and women from harassment based on their marital status This year alone the Domestic Abuse Act has been made into law which now goes beyond criminal justice reforms alone to cover the family courts housing and health Yet the fight continues by sophie hutchison 28

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Nowadays there isn t a year that goes by individuals in society often suffering from without women bringing their abusers to abuse substance misuse mental health court or being attacked in most cases by problems It is for these reasons that the men which is broadcast across social media existence of supportive Women s centres is and our television screens crucial to rehabilitation The Harvey Weinstein scandal in October Also there is WEB Merseyside Set up by 2017 launched a wave of outrage through local women in 1993 WEB Merseyside social media using the hashtag metoo as Women s Enterprising Breakthrough has women found solidarity with each other and grown from a small support network of local called out their abusers Marches were women into a vital community based started both by the woman on the street and organisation that supports women men and celebrities they came together to take a children through a variety of issues which stand against the fear that victims face in not affect many people throughout their life being believed Harvey Weinstein was There are many more charities out there to convicted but there are others like him out support every woman no matter the there who abuse their position of power situation because they can As well as the charities available there are In the past year though there has been a also lots of different projects to get involved surge of worry for the safety of women with Some of these include New Horizons particularly after the death of Sarah Everard an innovative project offering support to Her death sparked a vigil in her honour and those living in the Liverpool City Region who that of other women who are attacked whilst experience specific and multiple barriers walking home on Clapham Common on 13th accessing job search training and education March 2021 The outrage felt from the public opportunities that enable them to compete was responded to by the Home Secretary effectively in the employment market who has pledged to consider new laws Through offering a person centred approach regarding women s safety against sexual their specialist advisers will offer advice harassment in public training and support to over 3 120 residents Right here in Wirral there are many charities enabling their movement into work are dedicated to protecting women in various education or training situations from sexual harassment to Local charities successfully applied for domestic abuse It is so important that funding through the Cheshire and they get recognized and supported for Merseyside Women Children s Services the incredible work they do These Partnership and its initiative to improve charities are all accessible for every maternal mental health after Covid 19 The woman who feels like they can get the funding went on to support women and their support they need throughout the families who were expecting a child or had Merseyside area recently given birth who may have been These charities include Tomorrow s affected by social isolation due to Covid 19 Women Wirral a project designed to The battle of the sexes may continue but benefit all women 18 in the community every step counts in the right for equality to make permanent positive lifestyle changes Criminalised women are frequently among the most vulnerable 29

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