Scottish Women's Rights Centre
Scottish Women's Rights Centre

Charity registered in Scotland SC025642

The Scottish Women’s Rights Centre is a unique collaborative project that provides free legal information, advice and representation to women affected by violence and abuse. The Centre strives to fill the gaps that exist between women’s experiences of gender based violence and their ability to access justice by working with specialist solicitors and experienced advocacy workers. Informed by our direct work with victims/survivors of violence and abuse, we seek to influence national policy, research and training to improve processes and systems, and ultimately to improve the outcomes for women who have experienced gender based violence.

Current vacancies

Centre Administrator

  • Part time
  • £23,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 22nd May 2022

The Scottish Women’s Rights Centre is a unique collaborative project between Rape Crisis Scotland (RCS), JustRight Scotland and the University of Strathclyde Law Clinic offering legal and advocacy services to women survivors of gender based violence in Scotland. RCS seeks to recruit an Administrator for the Scottish Women’s Rights Centre (SWRC).

This post is funded until 31st March 2023 in the first instance.

We are committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace and especially welcome applications from women of colour and those under-represented in the workforce.

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Closed vacancies
This vacancy has now closed

Communications Officer

  • Full time
  • £29,704
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 19th April 2022

The Scottish Women’s Rights Centre is a unique collaborative project between Rape Crisis Scotland (RCS), JustRight Scotland and the University of Strathclyde Law Clinic offering legal and advocacy services to women survivors of gender based violence in Scotland. RCS seeks to recruit a Communications Officer for the Scottish Women’s Rights Centre (SWRC).

This post is funded until 31st March 2023 in the first instance.

We are committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace and especially welcome applications from women of colour and those under-represented in the workforce.

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