Archive for the ‘Scotland’ Category

From the desk of The Glasgow Women’s Library… I have unfortunately received an email this morning that one of the lead characters in our DVD has had to pull out due to ill health so we are urgently looking for someone to fill the role. The DVD is  a 15 minute film to promote the […]

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: 02 July 2009 Time: 7.00pm – 9.00pm Location: Glasgow Women’s Library, 81 Parnie Street Further Information and Booking: 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 […]

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 […]

The Scottish Government’s Violence Against Women team, part of the Equalities, Social Inclusion and Sport Directorate, is conducting a survey to help direct their legislation around Forced Marriage. To make the survey effective, and to make sure the resulting legislation plays a part in protecting women and girls in Scotland, the survey needs to be […]

Amina promote the welfare and social inclusion of Muslim women Working with mainstream agencies and policy makers to enhance their understanding of the Muslim community and overcome barriers preventing Muslim women accessing services and participating in society Providing confidential faith and culturally sensitive direct helping services and community development to Muslim women. They are currently […]

Following a tip from The F Word it’s worth bringing a new project set up by the team behind Edinburgh Reclaim the Night. To allow for the pressing need for people to understand the widespread problem of violence against women they’re working on a magazine, to be distributed around Edinburgh, which will make the cause […]