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Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans History Month takes place every year in February. It celebrates the lives and achievements of the LGBT community.
See the LGBT History Month website for more information.
2 March – Seminar: Women and Dementia: A Global Challenge
8 March – International Women’s Day
9 March – None of your business, Abortion Rights pro-choice party
- 16th March – 6th April, Harriet Harman tour
24 March – Red Raw Does VD Day
28 March – Stand-up for Choice: A comedy fundraiser in aid of the Abortion Rights Campaign and the Abortion Support Network
21 April – Women’s Search for Meaning, Trafford Rape Crisis Fundraiser
In the lead up to International Women’s Day 2017 the Global Alzheimer’s and Dementia Action Alliance (GADAA) is holding a seminar on Thursday 2 March. GADAA is bringing together iNGO women’s specialists, dementia experts, government representatives and other stakeholders to inform, shape and drive forward global action on dementia, from a gender perspective.
Speakers include: Professor Dawn Brooker, Association for Dementia Studies, University of Worcester; Tania Dussey-Cavassini, Swiss Federal Office of Public Health; Professor Dr Anne Margriet Pot, World Health Organisation; Faraneh Farin Kaboli, Iran Alzheimer Association; Kate Swaffer, Dementia Alliance International.
Location: 10–11 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AH, UK
Accessibility: Accessibility information for the venue can be found HERE.
Tickets: The event is FREE but you will need to register attendance HERE.
International Women’s Day celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women. The day also aims to raise awareness to the fact that progress towards gender parity has actually slowed in many places around the world so urgent concrete action is needed to accelerate gender parity.
See the IWD website for more information.
You can also head over to the Southbank Centre website to see what’s in store for the WOW (Women of the World) festival this year: www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/festivals-series/women-of-the-world
Abortion Rights is hosting a pro-choice party on March 9th @ Bussey Building in Peckham.
come down and celebrate international womens day with empowering bangers until 2.30am!
line up: Jossy Mitsu, Diaspora, Natalie Sandi, DJ Baby Flame
Location: Bussey Building, London, SE15 4ST
Accessibility: It appears there may be lift access but telephone the venue for more information: 020 7732 5275
Tickets: Tickets cost £5 in advance or £6 on the door. Purchase in advance HERE.
Join Harriet Harman, one of Britain’s most prominent campaigning politicians and the country’s longest-serving female MP, for an event where she will be discussing her ground-breaking memoir A Woman’s Work. A rare political autobiography by a woman about the last 30 years in British politics, this is the riveting story of her efforts to bring women’s issues to the heart of the Labour Party and of a life dedicated to fighting for equality and respect for women, in the home, workplace and in society.
Written with great warmth and a refreshing humility, this is a frank, inspiring and politically charged work. It offers a crucial insider’s account of the progress (and setbacks) in the Labour Party, UK politics and the way the country has been governed since the 1970s. She shows how far we’ve come – and how much there is still to do.
Full tour dates:
16th March: The Sallis Benney Theatre, Brighton – In conversation with Guardian journalist Polly Toynbee
23rd March: Nottingham Playhouse – In conversation with Dame Margaret Beckett MP
6th April: Thomas Paine Study Centre (Lecture Theatre) UEA, Norwich – In conversation with Dame Margaret Hodge MP
Tickets available: www.penguin.co.uk/live
Red Raw does VD Day, a Vagina Monologues-esque evening of uncomfortable entertainment, which will include monologues from a diverse range of artists about the state of sex, love and gender today. Contribution is not limited to vaginas nor does the evening seek to reduce us to categories for that matter – there will be different people talking about their personal experiences.
The evening will also include musical and cabaret acts. Important things are going to be said, it will be uncomfortable at times, but I am certain at least one artist will touch you (in a deep and meaningful way).!
Line-up: Salena Godden, Perry Benson, Elijah W Harris, Sophie Parkin, Veronica Flame, Kat Smith, Lizzy Palmer, Sunny Senior, Jimbo Lovejuice
With music from Max Harris Project and Boyd. Our resident actor Richard Sandling will be reading pieces for those who would like to remain anonymous. All gift wrapped and carrier bagged for you by Sophie Cameron.
Time: Doors will open at 7pm.
Location: Vout O Reenee’s, 30 Prescot Street, London, E1 8BB
Accessibility: No information provided. Please contact the venue on 07753702910 or email email@example.com
Tickets: Tickets cost £5 and are available to purchase HERE.
The London-Irish Abortion Rights Campaign invites you to ‘Stand Up for Choice’ – a night of side-splitting comedy in aid of Abortion Rights Campaign and Abortion Support Network.The spectacular Tiffany Stevenson will be acting as MC for the night, appearing alongside an all-star line-up of; Graham Linehan (opening words), Sara Pascoe, Aisling Bea, Eleanor Tiernan, Gráinne Maguire, Jarlath Regan, Nish Kumar, Stuart Black, Wendy Wason … and more acts to be announced soon!
All proceeds will go to the Abortion Rights Campaign and the Abortion Support Network.
Time: Doors will open at 7.30pm. Show will start at 8.00pm
Location: London Irish Centre, 50-52 Camden Square, London NW1 9XB
Accessibility: Wheelchair access, including adapted toilets. Street level access via Murray Street. Limited parking. Loop system in main hall venue.
Tickets: Tickets cost £17.50 and are available to purchase HERE.
Come and join us for an empowering evening of spoken word, poetry and live music.
Women’s search for meaning is a celebration of women’s bravery and courage, as well as an exploration of what gives women strength and inspiration to overcome adversity.
At this event we will particularly provide a space for the voices of women who aren’t heard enough, especially Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) women and women in prison.
Trafford Rape Crisis has collaborated with HM Prison Styal to share the work of women in prison. The top three winners of the “Women’s Search For Meaning” writing competition within HM Prison Styal will have their work shared at the event. All proceeds will go to Trafford Rape Crisis
If you are unable to attend on the night, you can still show your support by donating to Trafford Rape Crisis. Any donations will be greatly appreciated!
Location: The Eagle Inn, 18-19 Collier Street, Salford, M3 7DW
Accessibility: No information provided. Please contact the venue on 0161 819 5002 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets: Tickets are available to purchase HERE.
13 October – Ada Lovelace Day
Ada Lovelace Day is an international day of blogging to celebrate the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths.
20 November – Transgender Day of Remembrance
The Transgender Day of Remembrance is a day set aside each year to memorialise those who have been killed as a result of transphobia (anti-trans hatred or prejudice).
See the Transgender Day of Remembrance website for more information.