The National Women’s Justice Coalition is delighted to welcome four new organisational partners to our membership group in May 2024.

A Way Out
A Way Out is an outreach and prevention charity which aims to engage and empower those who feel ignored, experience multiple disadvantage and are excluded, focusing specifically on women, young people and families to live lives free from harm, abuse and exploitation. A Way Out’s work is informed by the values of love, hope and freedom and is trauma informed and gender responsive. The charity is proud to be recognised as the first organisation in the Northeast to have been awarded the Silver Trauma Quality Mark.

Daddyless Daughters
The Daddyless Daughters Project CIC provides physical and emotional safe spaces for girls and young women aged 11–25 years old, who have been affected by family breakdown, abuse and adversity. Daddyless Daughters’ work is centred on research, lived experiences and therapeutic approaches providing one to one and group mentoring services, creative expression projects, community events, trauma informed training and educational workshops. The organisation aims to support vulnerable and marginalized girls and women in building healthy lifestyles and relationships free from the impact of childhood trauma and complex behavioural patterns.

The Phoebe Centre
Founded in 2008, The Phoebe Centre is an Ipswich-based charity committed to fighting violence against women, advocating for women’s rights, and supporting women and girls to improve their quality of life through the provision of a holistic support service that meets multiple needs. As a specialist by and for organisation, Phoebe is run by Black, minoritised and migrant women for Black, minoritised and migrant women and children. It offers support to women who suffer from poverty, mental health issues, inaccessibility to public services, no recourse to public funds, a lack of educational and employment opportunities, and domestic abuse.

Tomorrow’s Women
Tomorrow’s Women is an award-winning charity based in Wirral and Chester that is led by women for women. The organisation was set up to work with women in or on the periphery of the criminal justice system by providing tailored interventions to prevent offending and support women to make positive lifestyle changes. Tomorrow’s Women have a continued vision to support and empower women and girls from all backgrounds, facing any personal issues, to live equal and fulfilled lives.

The expansion and growth of the coalition in 2024 has been strategically agreed and coordinated by our partners to increase the NWJC’s national reach and to proactively seek engagement and representation from organisations and projects working with women and girls from racially minoritised and oppressed groups. We’re delighted to welcome our newest partners and firmly believe that their contributions and expertise will increase our capacity to deliver on our mission and strategic aims.