The Scottish Women’s Rights Centre (SWRC), is a collaboration between Rape Crisis Scotland, JustRight Scotland, and the University of Strathclyde Law Clinic.
A free webinar for violence against women services and organisations providing advice about Brexit, the EU Settlement Scheme and women living with abuse.
26 May 2021
What the project involved
- Co-designing strategic webinar processes, plans and a monitoring and evaluation framework
- Training the webinar team’s digital producers to successfully use the digital technology and identify good online practice
- Checking the accessibility of the webinar content and materials
- Summarising the success of the webinar in an analytical report
100% of the attendees who filled in the webinar polls were confident to signpost people to information on the topic.
What the client said about the project
“The SWRC sought support from JRS Knowhow to develop and deliver a webinar. The support we received was comprehensive with preparation and planning guiding us throughout.
We received detailed plans and guidance on preparing for the webinar, support to develop and present the content and promote access, to evaluate the session as it progressed and on its completion.
We were able to access technical support [on the day of the webinar] from JRS Knowhow but did not require this as the preparation and guidance provided was so effective.
The SWRC found JRS Knowhow to be flexible, professional and good humoured throughout the support they offered us, we look forward to working with JRS Knowhow again in future.” SWRC Co-ordinator
Read about the SWRC’s work on their website and read JustRight Scotland’s legal factsheets for EU citizens.