Womens Talk

Women’s Talk- Keeping Healthy Post-lockdown.

Make your health always your priority. 

This month’s women’s talk is dedicated to health and wellbeing. After the impact of COVID and lockdowns our health has taken a backseat, we have seen increased numbers of health issues including heart disease, obesity and also an impact on our mental health. We hope that by having this conversation we can spread awareness of the importance of our physical and mental health as well as uplift and support women.

Our health is something that impacts us not just physically but also mentally, it influences our abilities to do daily activities. Join us in this month’s women’s talk as we discuss the importance of our health and wellbeing and how we could look after ourselves.

DATE & TIME: April 30, 2022 • 10:30AM – 12:30pm.

LOcation • Online via zoom.

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Girls Talk Womens Talk

Women’s Talk- Mental and Physical abuse in BAME community– Causes and Cure.

The pandemic has shone a light on the increasing numbers of physical and mental abuse that are present. Although physical and mental abuse is a prominent issue within many communities, it is prevailing issue that has an impact on ethnic minority women, with less focus and research being done to see how to help women from these specific minority groups.

In Redbridge the level of domestic violence has increased by 453 cases in June 2020 compared to the 332 in April 2020, similarly, Barking and Dagenham has the highest prevalence rates of domestic violence abuse with a 23 per 1000 population reporting the abuse to the police.

Join us on 1st of May 2021 on a discussion on the experience of Mental and Physical abuse within the BAME communities and how to spots signs and symptoms of abuse.

Date: 1st May 2021

Time:10:30 am – 12:30pm

Location: Zoom

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