The concept of GlassWalls was created by Emma Forbes, whose PhD thesis explored victims’ experiences of the court process and accessing justice. It included listening to the stories of many women. Her research was conducted at the University of Glasgow. Emma is one of the first Justice Fellows in Scotland, working with the Scottish Government and the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research to translate the research findings into accessible policy. Click on the research tab to find out more.
The team making the glass panels will be led by Brian Waugh, an award-winning artist, who has collaborated on a number of community art projects. To see more of his work, visit cobwebstainedglass
Charles Provan is project manager and part of the artistic team. A retired financial advisor and talented stained-glass artist, he is responsible for grant applications and has tailored a rehabilitative 12-week programme to teach the women at the Daisy Project an introduction to stained glass art.
The Daisy Project, Glasgow, is a charitable, grass-roots project which provides support and advocacy to women who have experienced domestic abuse. Women supported by Daisy took part in the doctoral research and are now collaborating on GlassWalls. Click on the project tab to find out more.