For further information about the project please contact the Project Coordinator, Sarah Browne on email@example.com.
You can also follow the project’s progress on the Speaking Out blog.
We are looking for people who have been involved in Women’s Aid at different times in its history, and from all parts of Scotland, to be interviewed by volunteers who will record these unique stories.
Interviewees might include people who set up the first refuges, received support from a local group, or worked for the organisation and campaigned for Women’s Aid, as well as politicians, journalists and academics who have worked closely with the charity.
If you are interested in getting involved in this project please contact Sarah Browne on firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking for volunteers to help with this project in a variety of roles. Opportunities include:
- Interviewing people who have been involved in the Women’s Aid Movement
- Cataloguing archive material such as leaflets and newspaper articles at Glasgow Women’s Library
- Producing a touring exhibition and events
Volunteers will receive training and support plus travel expenses.
This project is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, and is a partnership between Scottish Women’s Aid, Glasgow Women’s Library, the Glasgow University Centre for Gender History and Women’s History Scotland.