Scottish Women’s Rights Centre

Contact details

Scottish Women’s Rights Centre
1st Floor 10 Bothwell Street
G2 6LU

Public phone: Helpline: 08088 010 789


Website URL:

General information

Service offered: Our Centre is a unique collaborative project that provides free legal information, advice, representation, and advocacy support for self-identifying women over 16 years of age affected by violence and abuse. Our helplines are a first point of contact where women can speak to our solicitors or advocacy workers for advice and information. In addition to the helplines, we offer one-to-one appointments with our solicitors through our legal surgeriesas well as free legal representation for a limited number of cases. We also have an advocacy support service where we can support women by explaining legal processes, engaging with solicitors and support agencies (police, mental health, etc), providing advice on access to other support services, and filing complaints. More information about our services is available on our website: and to access our range of legal guides please see:

Target group: Women survivors of violence and abuse

Area served: Scotland

How to contact: Freephone: (08088 010 789). Please check our website for helpline times and to access other services


Monday: Please check our website for helpline times and to access other services






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Wheelchair access: -

Accessible toilets: -

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Other information

Languages other than English: Access to Languageline interpreters available

Charity number: Collaboration

Year established: 2015

Staffing: 1 x Co-Ordinator, 3 x full time solicitor, 2.5 x advocacy worker, 1 x Access to Justice Co-Ordinator, 1 x Communications Officer, 1 x P/t Administrator, 5 x volunteers

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Record last checked: 16 November 2023


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