Hearing, Connecting, Building – a Feminist Day School

// 16 February 2012

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Scottish Women’s Aid – along with students and activists – will be hosting a feminist day school, Hearing, Connecting, Building, at Edinburgh University on the 17th of March.

This event is part of Scottish Women’s Aid community campaign, Together We Can Stop It, which aims to show how people can – even on an individual level – help stop domestic abuse.

With workshops and discussion groups on a variety of topics – including Good Sex: Gender Equality and Sex Ed, Why The Beauty Myth Matters and Reflecting on Privilege; Men In The Movement – Scottish Women’s Aid hope that this event will be an opportunity for organisations, students and activists to come together to hear each other, connect together and help build the movement.

In the afternoon, after the workshops, there will also be a networking event, Feminism Works; where attendees can talk to people working in a variety of fields, including journalists, business managers, trainers, campaigners and lobbyists.

Tickets for the event are £5. To find out more and book your place, go to: http://togetherwecanstopit.org/news/feminist-day-school-for-students-book-your-place-today/

Or download the programme and booking form from: http://togetherwecanstopit.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Together-we-can-stop-it2.doc

If you have any difficulties accessing the form, please contact:

E-mail: booking@scottishwomensaid.org.uk

Tel: 0131 226 6606


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