Articles about 'events'

Bristol Feminists Network and Bristol Indymedia film night: Africa Rising

This is a guest post by Sian Norris This collaboration between Bristol Feminists Network and Bristol Indymedia film presents the powerful documentary Africa Rising. From the Horn of Africa to...

Helen G // 30 August 2011

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UnderWire 2011

This is a guest post by Sophie Mayer, who is the author of Her Various Scalpels (Shearsman, 2009) and The Private Parts of Girls (Salt, 2011), as well as The...

Helen G // 16 August 2011

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Call for Comic Reviewers

The F-Word Reviews section continues to expand, and this time we are branching off into the wanton wilds of comics, graphic novels and manga. A territory traditionally considered hostile to...

Marina Strinkovsky // 15 July 2011

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10k run for women of the Congo

A 10k run for women of the Congo will be taking place in Regent’s Park, London on Sunday 3 July. It is curated by Women for Women and all of...

Holly Combe // 18 June 2011

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London: Crossroads Women’s Centre fundraisers

The Crossroads Women’s Centre is organising two events this month to help raise funds for the refurbishment of their new Women’s Centre in Kentish Town, London. If you’d like to...

Helen G // 9 June 2011

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Call For Music Reviewers

Do you love music? Do you have plenty to say about it? Do you ever find yourself listening to something and thinking it’s just the sort of thing we should...

Holly Combe // 31 May 2011

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Events listings

Just a quick reminder about The F-Word’s Events listings page – if you are organising, or know of, an event in your area that’s of interest to other feminists, please...

Helen G // 27 May 2011

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“Asylum Dialogues: On a Clear Day you can see Dover”

Iceandfire Theatre in collaboration with UCL’s Migration Research Unit are performing extracts from two of their plays examining asylum and migration in Europe today. The performance is followed by a...

Helen G // 23 March 2011

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Hecate Theatre put a new twist on old tales in Metamorphoses

All-female, Bristol-based theatrical company, Hecate Theatre, will perform their twisted retelling of Roman classic “Metamorphoses” on 23rd – 26th March at Clifton pub, The Lansdown. The cast and production team,...

Helen G // 7 March 2011

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Presentation and debate in Bristol tomorrow

As Sian Norris mentioned a couple of weeks ago, in her post about the Representations of Women in the Media Project , there will be a presentation and debate at...

Holly Combe // 27 November 2009

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Opportunity to Buy Tickets for Feminist Comedy on 10 October

Kate Smurthwaite has details on her blog about the feminist cabaret show being held at the Comedy Pub in London on 10 October, after the Feminism in London Conference: It’s...

Holly Combe // 24 September 2009

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Opportunity to Vote for Your Top Ten Favourite Blogs

The Total Politics site has more here: The votes will be compiled and included in the forthcoming book, the Total Politics Guide to Blogging 2009-10, which will be published in...

Holly Combe // 27 July 2009

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Solidarity Protest for Yarls Wood Hunger Strike

There has been a hunger strike taking place since Tuesday in the Yarls Wood immigration prison: Mothers and Fathers in detention at the Yarl’s Wood detention centre near Bedford have...

Holly Combe // 18 June 2009

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Abortion Rights Public Meeting 7th October, House of Commons (please come!)

In case anyone has still missed the news – abortion rights in the UK remain under fire thanks to elements of the Human Embryology and whatnot bill. And at the...

Kate Smurthwaite // 30 September 2008

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Last Night’s Pro-Choice Demo in Cardiff

There were over a hundred of us in attendance at the pro-choice demo outside City Temple last night. Aside from the heavy-handed arrest of a well-known Cardiff anarchist that resulted...

Holly Combe // 5 March 2008

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Pro-Choice Demo in Cardiff Tonight!

You may be aware that Ann Widdecombe and Lord David Alton are on an anti-abortion tour of Britain with various pro-life groups, as the bill on Human Fertilisation and Embryology...

Holly Combe // 4 March 2008

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Ladyfest Bristol is Here!

Ladyfest Bristol had a great launch at The Cube on Monday night. I must confess this has been my first time attending a Ladyfest, as I tend to get rather...

Holly Combe // 29 August 2007

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Midwife Crisis: Awareness Event in Leeds on 22 May

The Independent Midwives Association (IMA) has reported that the Government is intending to pass legislation to make professional indemnity insurance (PII) a prerequisite for registration. However, there is actually no...

Holly Combe // 18 May 2007

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Abortion Rights Protest on 3 March

On 21 October, more than 220 people attended the Feminist Fightback conference at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London to discuss issues including socialist feminism, LGBT liberation,...

Holly Combe // 5 February 2007

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Feminist Fightback Conference on 21 October

The Feminist Fightback conference will be taking place on 21 October at the School of Oriental and African Studies, Russell Square, London. (Nearest tube stops are Russell Square, Euston and...

Holly Combe // 16 October 2006

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