Archive for the ‘England’ Category

Date: 4-5 December 2009 (with associated activities on 6 December) Location: University of Manchester *** REGISTRATION NOW OPEN *** Keynote Speakers: Dr. Anne-Marie Fortier (Lancaster University) Prof. Gabriele Griffin (University of York) Dr. Amrit Wilson (Royal Holloway) Register by Oct 23 for Early Bird discount.  Scroll down to the bottom of the page to download […]

Mary Honeyball MEP is the Labour representative in the European Parliament for London. She is the Labour spokesperson for women’s rights in Europe as she sits on the Women’s Rights and Gender Equality Committee. She is also the Group Coordinator of the Parliament’s Culture Committee, which also legislates on issues surrounding sporting events such as […]

Date: Wednesday 21 October 2009 Time: 7pm Location: Brixton Library, London After many months of research and interviewing those who knew Olive, the Remembering Olive Collective and Lambeth Archives are proud to be launching a public archive dedicated to Olive Morris and the different groups and campaigns she was part of. The collection includes Olive’s […]

Date: Friday 30th October 2009 Time: 10am to 4.30pm Address: womenintechnology offices, 114 Middlesex Street, London, E1 7JH Cost: £213 + VAT (This price includes a copy of the book ‘Beyond the Boys Club’). In this evening workshop, Beyond the Boys’ Club author and executive coach, Dr. Suzanne Doyle-Morris will take a interactive approach to […]

Date: Thursday 22nd October 2009 Time: 6pm to 9pm Address: womenintechnology offices, 114 Middlesex Street, London, E1 7JH Cost: £57 + VAT What do you think of when you hear ‘politics’? Machiavellian? Self-Serving? Or ‘behind the scenes influencing efforts’? Studies reveal that women place greater value on building relationships with people they like (whom they […]

Seminar: Sexual Violence against Women – What’s the policy? Location: Kings Cross London Date: 5th October Time: 10am – 1pm This seminar aims to increase awareness in the women’s sector of sexual and other forms of gender- based violence and of current policy developments. Attendants will benefit from an awareness of violence against women as […]

Birds Eye View was founded as a short film event in 2002, registered as a charity in 2004, launched the UK’s first major women’s film festival in 2005, and are now developing year-round activity with the First Weekenders Club, BEV Labs, touring programme and online community. They have one paid position, a voluntary position and […]