Remember you are not alone - domestic abuse can happen to anyone no matter your age, race, class, culture, disability, gender, sexuality or lifestyle.

Manchester Women’s Aid is still operational and working together remotely to provide confidential advice, information and support for victims of domestic abuse. Isolation may increase your risk and we are here on our referral line 0161 660 7999 or email referrals@manchesterwomensaid.org to provide support and help.

Call our Helpline 0161 660 7999 Mon-Fri, 9.30am-7pm to talk to us if you feel you are suffering from domestic abuse. Talking to someone about how you feel can be the first step to getting the right support.

Our referral line staff are experts in the field of domestic abuse and are here to listen and advise.

All heritage operations at The Pankhurst Centre will re-commence August 2021, see /pankhurst-centre for updates.

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Thu, 29/09/2022

Launching on Monday 3rd October, Eliza is a fiction podcast that forces listeners to confront questions around evolving technology, gender dynamics and coercive control. 

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Thu, 14/07/2022

Read what we’ve been up to in our first year from our 2021/2022 annual report.

The Pankhurst Trust, in partnership with GM4Women2028, facilitate the Women & Girls’ Equality

Wed, 13/07/2022

The Pankhurst Centre museum will be re-opening on Sundays from 17 July 2022. We'll be celebrating our Sunday re-opening with a commemoration of Emmeline Pankhurst's birthday, which falls

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