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Client Support Worker – Orthodox communities @ Jewish Women’s Aid

23rd April 2019 All Comments

Job title: Client Support Worker – Orthodox communities Closing Date: 7 May 9am Organisation: Jewish Women’s Aid        Website: www.jwa.org.uk Description: Jewish Women’s Aid is the only charity in the UK working with Jewish women and their children affected by domestic and sexual abuse. We are currently looking for a: Client Support Worker – Orthodox communities […]

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DAHA Accreditation and Events Project Officer @ Standing Together Against Domestic Violence

23rd April 2019 All Comments

Job Title: DAHA Accreditation and Events Project Officer Organisation: Standing Together Against Domestic Violence Salary:  £26,000 Contract: One Year Fixed Term Benefits: 25 days holiday and workplace pension Closing dates for completed applications:  10:00am Tuesday, 7th May 2019 Interview date:  Wednesday, 15th May 2019 As a partner in the award winning Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance […]

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National DAHA Development Manager @ Standing Together Against Domestic Violence

23rd April 2019 All Comments

Job title: National DAHA Development Manager Organisation: Standing Together Against Domestic Violence Salary:  £32,00 to £36,000 (depending on experience) Contract: 1 year Fixed Term Benefits: 25 days holiday and workplace pension Closing dates for completed applications:  10:00am on Tuesday, 7th May 2019 Interview date:  22nd May 2019 As a partner in the award winning Domestic […]

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Black Women 5 times more likely and Asian women 2 times more likely to die from complications in pregnancy than white women – new research

16th April 2019 All Comments

Research from the NPEU is covered in a BBC News story published last week, highlighting the findings of our most recent published MBRRACE-UK collaboration’s annual report, Saving Lives, Improving Mothers’ Care by Knight et. al., 2018. The report shows that the number of women dying as a consequence of complications during or after pregnancy remains low in the UK […]

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