By BWV Reporter Emma Husband Screening of Atomised Mothers: Work, Austerity and Isolation by Michal Nahman at the Silai Centre, Easton, with panel discussion inc. Prof. Harriet Bradley, Anna Mapson and reading by resident poet Shagufta Iqbal. “Women’s labour remains largely hidden” was the shot of text at the end of the film, and this.Read the rest of this entry →
Bristol Women's Voice
Women's Question Time
is next at Bristol West on 31st March at the Unitarian Chapel, Brunswick Square from 7pm where we question candidates from The Conservatives, Labour, Liberal Democrats, The Green Party, Independents for Bristol and Bristol's TUSC. We are continuing these across the city, so please join us in Bristol East on 14th April.
It is not too late to send us a question that you want to ask the candidates, OR turn up with your question in hand!
Doors open at 7pm ready to start at 7:30pm.
We can help women with transport and childcare so please get in touch for more information on this!
Words and photos by Miss Olivia, online blogger The original article was first published here – http://goldenpulse.co.uk/ On the 8th March every year, women come together to meet, talk and celebrate for International Women’s Day. It’s a day of recognising the mountainous path which women have had to tread to achieve gender equality but it is also.Read the rest of this entry →
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