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Welsh Women’s Aid Forty Voices, Forty Years Project

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Forty Voices, Forty Years is an exciting heritage project being led by Welsh Women’s Aid in collaboration with George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling at the University of South Wales. In recognition that women’s memories, voices and lives are often written out of our national heritage, the project aims to capture the history of Welsh Women’s Aid in our 40th year, and in doing so commemorate our work to end violence against women, with a collection of oral histories, digital stories, exhibition and archive materials from women and services who have been instrumental to our movement in Wales.

Welsh Women’s Aid are looking for female volunteers who have the suitable skills and an understanding of and interest in the issue of violence against women in Wales to support this project.

They need volunteers for the following roles:

  • Story and Material Collectors
  • Exhibition Stewards

Here’s the link to the website where more information / role descriptions / applications can be found: http://www.welshwomensaid.org.uk/joinus/

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