The Women’s Support Project aims to raise awareness of the extent and effects of violence against women and children, and works to improve services for those affected by violence. Key themes in our work have been highlighting links between different forms of male violence and promoting an interagency response to the abuse of women and children. Our work is informed by a feminist analysis of male violence and an understanding of the links and overlaps between different forms of violence, discrimination and oppression.
The Project was established in 1983 and is a voluntary organisation recognised as a Scottish charity (SCO 21846)
Our main areas of work are:
- Raising awareness of the harm caused by commercial sexual exploitation and highlighting male demand as a root cause
- Multi-agency and in-house training service
- Public education
- Multi-agency and partnership working at local and national level
Please note that as a result of funding cuts we are no longer able to offer individual support services.
Women`s Support Project
12 Commercial Road
Telephone: 0141 418 0748
Fax: 0141 429 7496
Email to email@example.com
We are not able to offer a drop-in service.
We work office hours, with some evening work. At the moment we are unable to advertise set office opening hours, as a result of funding and staffing cuts. If you leave a message or email us we will get back to you as soon as possible.
We have various sources of funding. We currently receive funding through the Scottish Government Violence Against Women Strategic Intervention Fund to support national training on violence against women. Our national work to challenge demand for commercial sexual exploitation also continues to be funded by the Scottish Government. We use grants from charitable trusts, donations from individuals, and fundraising, to fund other areas of work. To make a donation please visit our donate page.
Our annual report and audited accounts for 2015 - 2016 can be viewed or downloaded here.
The Women`s Support Project is a limited company, registered in Scotland (registration number SC323918, and is recognised as a Scottish charity (SCO21846). A Board of Directors oversees the work of the Project, and employs staff members. Directors are elected from our membership and bring a range of skills and experience to the organisation. There are currently six members on the Board of Directors.
The Project currently employs two National Development Officers.
Staff members are Disclosure checked as appropriate for their job description.
The Project has a range of organisational policies, in line with legislation and good practice. Please contact us for further information.
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