Skip to Main Content

Bristol Zero Tolerance – What does this mean to you?

This is an event for ALL Disabled people (regardless of gender).

They want to hear from you about hate crime, gender based violence, exploitation, harrassment and abuse. What needs to change in Bristol.

Come and talk about Bristol becoming a city with a Zero Tolerance attitude to:

  • gender-based violence
  • abuse
  • harassment
  • exploitation
  • hate crime

What would this mean to you and what needs to change in Bristol for this to happen?


Broadmead Baptist Church, 1 Whippington Court, Bristol BS1 3HY


Thursday June 16th 2016

12.00pm – 3.00pm

(Lunch included)

Lunch is provided, so please let them know so that they can book the catering 

We want to hear from Disabled people and allies for the new Bristol Zero Tolerance project on gender-based violence so that disabled people can say what is most important to them and improve local services.

To book a place please contact:

Alex Reuer, Bristol Women’s Voice, Brunswick Court, Brunswick Square, BS2 8PE – 0117 916 6555

OR by email:

By Monday 13th June 2016

Please tell us about any access and dietary needs when you book. Loop system and BSL interpreters will be available.