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Celebrating International Women’s Day 2024

The Waiting Room is delighted to celebrate International Women’s Day 2024 #IWD2024

#IWD2024 #InspireInclusion

The Waiting Room is delighted to celebrate International Women’s Day 2024 #IWD2024, an event which promotes gender equality across the globe with this year’s campaign being #InspireInclusion.

This world should be one free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination where women are treated equally to others, but unfortunately there is some way to go to reach this ambition. So, to help all the amazing women in your life, raise awareness of International Women’s Day #IWD2024

To find out more about this year’s campaign please visit www.internationalwomensday.com

At The Waiting Room we look to empower Birmingham and Solihull communities in respect of their mental health, well-being, and quality of life and as part of #IWD2024 it is important to further highlight links to key local and national organisations that can help women be more informed of the options available to support their needs including…

Gina CIC - a social enterprise offering services to individuals subjected to sexual violence and abuse. Gina offers something different by being the only private specialist support provider in the UK offering services to individuals who have been subjected to sexual trauma. For more information on the incredible resources, products and events Gina offers, visit www.gina.uk.com

Muslim Women’s Network UK (MWNUK) – This charity offers a unique service by it being the only national Muslim women's organisation in Britain. Their mission is to improve the social justice and equality for Muslim women and girls, and they offer a range of supportive resources and services including informative videos and a Helpline for those who are suffering from or at risk of abuse or facing problems on a range of issues. Although their reach is primarily Muslim women, the helpline will also accept calls from and support women of any faith or no faith. Contact is also welcomed by men who are concerned about women and girls and if men and boys need support, for example, through being at risk of forced marriage, then they should also call the helpline. To find out more please visit www.mwnuk.co.uk

These services are just a couple of examples of the amazing support options available for you to connect with through The Waiting Room. If you want to search for more services related to Women then maybe consider checking out our Women’s Health Section, Helplines Section and Mental Health Section to name but a few.

Author: Indi Lotay