Archive for June, 2009

Date: 02 July 2009 Time: 7.00pm – 9.00pm Location: Glasgow Women’s Library, 81 Parnie Street Further Information and Booking: info@womenslibrary.org.uk The Glasgow Women’s Library have partnered with Amnesty International to bring their International Heroines Exhibition to the library. Eight remarkable women from around the world are profiled in this celebration of freedom of expression and […]


Roshni, based in Nottingham, is a womens refuge which has existed for 24 years supporting primarily South Asian women who were victims of domestic, sexual violence and forced marriage. Nottingham Council has threatened to remove their funding. Over the last two years Roshni have supported over 1000 women and children to leave situations of violence, […]


The Abortion Support Network aim to create a growing list of safe and free spaces for women who travel from Northern Ireland for abortions which they are denied in their own country. Every year, thousands of Irish women travel to England to obtain abortions. They come from Northern Ireland, which despite being part of the […]


Date: Tuesday 7th July Time: 3-6pm Location: Lesbian and Gay centre, Sidney Street, Manchester, M1 7HB After successfully obtaining two grants to continue their work Feminist Webs, the online women and girls workspace and archive, is beginning to put together plans and ideas for their 2010 launch and 6 new events in North England. The […]


OBJECT, the human rights organisation, in conjunction with EAVES, the London based charity, are today launching their new campaign Demand Change Demand Change! calls on the Government to adopt the `Nordic model’ which decriminalises those who sell sexual acts whilst criminalising those who purchase them (as adopted by Sweden, Norway and Iceland). This will be […]


Date: 27 June 2009 Time: 3-6 (Tate Green, Thameside) Location: Tate Modern, London The Women’s Art Library / Make and Feminist Review presents a day of rediscovery and new feminist performance art organised by Oriana Fox ‐ recipient of the Art in the Archive: Living with Make Bursary 2009. Davina Drummond and Nadine Jarvis will […]


Date: Thursday, 25 June Location: The future Women’s Library at The Mitchell Library, Berkeley Street Lunchtime Session: 12-1.30pm Evening Session: 6-7.30pm Glasgow Women’s Library will be moving to the Mitchell in 2010, and we want your help to make the new library as fun, friendly and accessible as possible. We’d like to invite you to […]