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WMWomensAid Big thanks to the @FriarStKitchen for donating pj's to the refuge today.. These are great and am sure we will make… https://t.co/eADidv5YUR
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WMWomensAid Massive thanks to the person who from worcs uni who donated a nintendo wii to one of our refuges. Kids are going to… https://t.co/hYd8UE2lJx
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WMWomensAid RT @SEAresource: ‘I’m struggling to pay my rent as I need to feed my children… [We] may become homeless as I’m in rent arrears.’ It’s right…
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WMWomensAid Why Britain Criminalized Controlling Behavior in Relationships | Time https://t.co/AflRcEp2FS
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West Mercia Women's Aid has been recruited by the Worcestershire Youth Cabinet to take part in the Children's Commissioner's 'Takeover Day' on Friday 23rd November, and your organisation can get involved too.

Company bosses are urged to allow young people to to take over their roles by shadowing them for the day, getting involved in decision-making and offering their opinions on key issues.

It's a mutually beneficial experience; businesses and organisations get valuable feedback from a hard to reach audience, and young people are given an insight to the working world and are encouraged to actively engage with their communities.

The young people joining WMWA for the day will be working specifically on The CRUSH Project. To find out more about CRUSH, please click here.

For more information about Takeover Day, click here. To get involved, please contact Kirsty Fraser at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..