‘Equally Safe at Work’ Pilot Programme

Aberdeen City is one of seven Council’s who are participating in a pilot accreditation programme, Equally Safe at Work, which aims to address women’s inequality at work and prevent violence against women in the workplace and in wider society. The programme has been designed by ‘Close the Gap’, Scotland’s national policy and advocacy body working on women’s labour market equality. By participating in the pilot, councils will have the opportunity to demonstrate leadership in the sector and community by showing that they are taking steps to address inequality and prevent violence against women.

Details of relevant organisation can be found below along with the fact sheets giving information on the various types of violence against women.  

VIOLENCE
AGAINST
WOMEN

Domestic Abuse and Forced Marriage 24hrs 0800 027 1234

Rape Crisis Scotland 6pm-midnight: 08088 01 0302

Scottish Women’s Rights Centre Mon 2-5pm, Tues 6-8pm, Wed 11am-2pm, Fri 10am-1pm: 08088 010 789

Amina (BME women’s support) Mon-Fri 10am -4pm: 0808 801 0301

Hemat Gryffe (BME women’s support) 24hrs 0141 353 0859

LGBT Health and Wellbeing Helpline Tues & Wed 12-9pm 0300 123 2523

More help and support

Domestic Abuse

Honour Based Violence

Stalking

Sexual Harrassment /
Rape and Sexual Abuse

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