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Refuge Domestic Violence Service Warwickshire is a county-wide service which provides support to women, men and children experiencing domestic violence in Warwickshire. Domestic violence is the abuse of one partner within an intimate or family relationship. It is the repeated, random and habitual use of intimidation to control a partner. The abuse can be physical, emotional, psychological, financial or sexual. Find out more about recognising abuse.
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Candidate for the position of Women's Officer. Hi, we are Cecily Thompson and Olivia Coster and we are running to represent all self-defining women at Warwick!
We are flatmates - a huge benefit for this kind of role! Our inspiration to run for Exec positions followed our participation in the Group Chat Protests earlier this year.
We saw women at Warwick come together as a community to support and uplift each other; this is something we hope to continue as your representatives. It goes beyond simply wanting to try our hand at student politics, or be more involved in the SU. Throughout our experiences at Warwick over the last two years we have seen first-hand many situations in which we believe there could be policy reform to improve the treatment and wellbeing of women at Warwick.
Incidents such as the increased Spiking occurring on Campus and the Group Chat Scandal have highlighted the need for a change in how we deal with issues which endanger the safety and wellbeing of women on campus.
We think we are the people who can bring about this change. While on the whole, our Campus is a safe place for both men and women, we know that there are many things the SU can do to tackle safety issues affecting women on Campus.
We pledge to continue the work already started by Emma Coleman with the Spiking Survey. Through an information campaign, we will increase awareness of drugs used in spiking incidents, and the help available from both the SU and independent organisations. Through a service that we will de to be discreet and confidential, we hope to have CRASAC as a more regular presence on Campus, to ensure that everyone who needs access to their help can reach them.
At present, the services provided by the University of Warwick for sexual health are not sufficient. Beyond this, we want to introduce student-led sexual health clinics. This will both improve the frequency of tests on Campus, and raise awareness of Sexual Health issues at Warwick. We will ensure that sexual health clinics are better advertised, so that everyone is aware of when and where testing is available.
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One in three women at university experience difficulties with their mental health. Apart from this, we want to work with societies to increase awareness of mental health, and ensure that societies are equipped to both identify and help those who need them.
Our aim is to create a network for societies with a large population of members who self-define as female, in order to create a supportive community for women across subjects, year groups and interests. Voting closes at 1pm on Friday 18th October!
For any more guidance on how to vote, to ask us any questions about our Manifesto, or just to keep up with our antics for the week, check out our Facebook ! If you need to ask any questions about the elections process, you can visit us in the Democratic Services Office on the top floor of SUHQ.
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