Links With Other Organisations

Women Today works with a wide range of agencies and services providers in the Tees Valley.

In September 2017, we held a partnership event to promote Women Today to commissioners and policymakers to begin to broker relationships and establish trust between Black African Women and service providers.

The event proved to be a great success with over 70 participants, including Public Health, Clinical Commissioning Group, Cleveland Police, Domestic Violence Commissioners, Middlesborough, Hartlepool and Redcar Local Authorities, local and national women’s voluntary organisations, other local and national charities, and local businesses, including a bank and solicitors.

We are currently in the process of following up interest with other agencies to begin to form mutually beneficial partnerships and collaborative projects.

Our Current Partners:

The Halo Project Charity is a national project that will support victims of honour-based violence, forced marriages and FGM by providing appropriate advice and support to victims. We will also work with key partners to provide required interventions and advice necessary for the protection and safety of victims.

NUR Fitness|Women Today|Middlesbrough|North East England|BAME|Locradia Chidanyika

At Nur Fitness We teach you how to achieve long-term results that are maintainable through exercise, healthy eating and with a support network that is needed as changing your lifestyle isn’t always easy but to do it with women who are striving for the same goal it becomes easier.

WRC|Womens Resource Centre|North East England|Women Today|Locardia Chidanyika
Women’s Resource Centre is the leading national umbrella organisation for the women’s sector, working towards linking all aspects of the women’s movement. We support our members to be more effective and sustainable through training, and we lobby the government on their behalf on a range of women’s issues.

We hope to act as a role model within the women’s sector, as an organisation run on feminist principles and supporting other women’s organisations to live feminist values.

Imkaan|Women|Support|North East England|Women Today|Locardia Chidanyika

Imkaan, the only UK-based, second-tier women’s organisation dedicated to addressing violence against Black minoritised women and girls i.e. women which are defined in policy terms as Black and ‘Minority Ethnic’ (BME).

Middlesbrough County Council|Public Health|Support|Woman Today|Locardia Chidanyika
Women Today are proud to work in collaboration with Middlesbrough County Council Public Health.