Archive for July, 2009

Date: October 3rd Time: 6pm – 9pm Location: The Crypt, St Pancras parish church, NW1 The Women’s Art Movement, a London based non-profit community group, is launching a new show “Mind the Gap, Bringing Depression Above Ground” running from the 3rd to the 25th of October, 2009. The exhibition introduces a diverse group of national […]

Birds Eye View, the organisation celebrating and supporting international film makers, is looking for an editor to help them complete their 2009 festival highlights video. We are looking for an editor to help us tackle the mission of making a highlights video from the footage of our 2009 film festival. Follow this link to watch […]

Date: Saturday 10th October Time: 9.30am – 5pm Location: Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London Cost: £4.50 waged, £2.50 unwaged (£1 discount if you register in advance) Registration has now opened for the 2009 Feminism in London Conference. Speakers include Susie Orbach, Beatrix Campbell, Gunilla S. Ekberg, Marai Larasi, Claudia da Silva, Sabrina Qureshi, Denise […]

Introduction to Women’s Studies is delivered by Stow College here at Glasgow Women’s Library at 81 Parnie St. You study in a friendly, women-only space and can also use all of the facilities at the college. The course offers the chance to move on to further study in Women’s Studies, Social Sciences or Social Care. […]

Date: 23rd July 2009 Time: 11am-12.30pm Location: Maple House, 150 Corporation Street, Birmingham, B4 6TB The Fabian Society and Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) are holding a seminar in Birmingham examining two new reports supported by the JRF: Understanding attitudes to tackling economic inequality by the Fabian Society. The new research from the Fabian Society identifies […]

The Association of Greater London Older Women (AGLOW) has a drama project, which brings together older women from different backgrounds to discuss and campaign around issues. They are looking for women to join the group. AGLOW can come to events in Greater London to help facilitate discussions around ageism (including sexism, racism, homophobia and disableism). […]

Location: Hilton, Edgewere Road Time: 6.30pm Miss-Ogynist University of London continue their campaigning against the Miss University pageants with the rally on Monday 20th July. WHY PROTEST? The 2009 Miss England claims to be ‘Myth Busting’ including degree students, war veterans and sports women. It also supports B-eat and eating disorders charity and claims to […]