Raising the voice of young women and non-binary young people
Empowerment directly empowers, builds confidence, and raises the voice of young women and non-binary young people.
In partnership with South Bristol Youth, we host creative workshops for people from areas of the city where there are not enough services to meet their needs.
The programme of activities co-created by the participants explores themes of identity and feminism through activities such as music making, movement, public speaking and visits to cultural organisations. Cohorts from different schools will then be brought together to celebrate and share their experiences.
The project aims to make a long-lasting positive difference, encouraging participants to engage further with cultural activity across the city and gain a greater sense of agency and wellbeing.
“Feminism isn’t just about women wanting the same as men, it’s about all genders and everybody wanting the same things as everyone else”
Project partners and funders
The Empowerment project is in partnership with South Bristol Youth, funded by the Paul Hamlyn foundation and National Lottery Heritage Fund.