How can we make Brighton and Hove a Fairer City for Survivors?
ARE YOU A SELF-IDENTIFYING FEMALE* SURVIVOR?
Would you like the opportunity to give your views on how to make Brighton and Hove a fairer city for survivors of sexual and domestic violence and abuse?
Brighton and Hove's Fairness Commission, an independent body set up by the council are gathering evidence so they can recommend practical ways of making Brighton & Hove a fairer and more equal place to live.
We are working In partnership with Rise and Shine Today Ltd, Rise Up Singing, Veritas Justice, Rise, and Rise and Shine Together, to enable female survivors to help make a difference by making sure your voice is heard.
Join other women in a safe, ‘open space’ styled consultation with the Fairness Commissioners or submit your individual response
Tuesday 1st March 10am - 2.00pm BMECP Centre, 10A Fleet St BN1 4ZE Refreshments
There will be a * Safe Space * with trained female supporters
To help us publicise the event, you can download and distribute this poster