CAPTION(S): AID Clare Phillipson, of Wearside Women in Need
What does WWIN stand for?
WWIN stands for Wearside Women in Need (UK)
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- Washington Week in Review (PBS public affairs show)
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- WIPP Waste Information System
Samples in periodicals archive:
Vera Baird visited Sunderland charity Wearside Women in Need to talk to victims of abuse and hear what they want to see from the new commissioner.
Clare Phillipson, director of the Wearside Women in Need, wants to make a bonfire of the books on November 5.
The hostel, housing up to 10 men and believed to be the first of its kind, will be run by Wearside Women in Need.
They are attempting to bring a claim against Wearside Women in Need for what her sister described to the hearing as "post-employment victimisation".
Wearside Women in Need director Claire Phillips said: "Domestic abuse is kept in the shadows.
And staff at Wearside Women in Need said they found sanctuary for 640 people last year but had to turn away 1,521 because of lack of space.
Wearside Women in Need, which provides refuges for women fleeing domestic violence, says courts allow abusive men to control former partners by insisting they have access to their children.