An Evening with Women@the Well and Claudia Clare.
Weds Sept 15th, 2021, 6 - 8pm, doors close 9pm.
6.30 Claudia Clare - artist working with Women @the Well
6.45 Harriet Wistrich - Founder of the Centre for Women's Justice
6.55 Lynda Dearlove - CEO Women @the Well
7.10 A minute's silence ended with the smashing of the pot, 'Brave Face.'
The evening includes a display of the pots from our joint project, 'And The Door Opened.'
I will be talking about the pots and the project and the director of W@W will discuss the work they have been doing over the past 18 months and how Covid has affected the women they support.
About the Project:
W@W is a women-only service located in Kings Cross dedicated to supporting women whose lives are affected - or at risk of being affected - by prostitution. They also offer support to women wishing to exit the sex trade and help them to identify and overcome the barriers that maybe obstructing that process.
‘And The Door Opened,’ is a collection of pots, made in partnership with W@W, that illustrate the lives of the women they work with, based on accounts provided by the women themselves. Some of the pots represent the accounts of women survivors who have already exited and others are still involved in prostitution.
The aim is to enhance the public's understanding of what prostitution is and to show that, with the right support, girls and women do not need to live and die exploited in the sex trade – there are ways out.