Archive for the ‘Resource’ Category

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 […]


PDF Download Leading Article: p.1- 4 Key US cases relating to women asylum seekers Sector Update p.5-6 The UK Government has recently produced two reports for international bodies, detailing its progress relating to women’s equality.  Both fail to cover women asylum seekers’ issues. Significant Legal Issues p.6-7 Assessing whether an asylum seeker is a lesbian […]


Date: 10th September 2009 Time: 10.30am—2.30pm Location: Jubilee Hall, 192 Ladypool Road (B12 8JS) The Well is a women’s peer support group for women in Sparkbrook / Balsall Heath with isolation, anxiety, postnatal depression or low mood around the birth of a child. By providing friendship, refreshment and an opportunity to express themselves through telling […]


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 […]


Seeing Double: Seeing Double has a launched a new report on ethnic minority women and poverty with Oxfam GB. Poverty pathways: ethnic minority women’s livelihoods reviews the key evidence and demonstrates how policy thinking needs to shift in order to adequately address the poverty facing ethnic minority women in Britain and ensure they are not […]


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: 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 […]