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Young Women in Bristol: Feminist Leadership in Practice
Empathy. Boundaries and Consent. Intersectionality and self-care. These were only some of the concepts that were discussed at the second Young Women’s Forum: Feminist Leadership…
‘Systeme K’ review – Unveiling Kinshasa: Rich Artistry Amidst the Ugly Realities
“Art is everywhere, offered to people who have the power to see “according to Kokoko, a street artist in the Democratic Republic of Congo and…
Disabled Women Take Action: Sign up to the Community Toilet Scheme!
To date, 156 businesses have signed up to the Community Toilet scheme, but we have found a number of issues with how it is running.
Young Women in Bristol: Feminist Leadership Workshop
As part of our ongoing commitment to empower young women in Bristol and support them to becoming change-makers, we had the privilege of hosting a…
Bristol Women’s Voice Annual General Meeting Recap
Our co-chair, Clare Meraz and director, Katy Taylor, welcomed attendees and went over Bristol Women’s Voice achievements for 2022/23.
Review: ‘Leadership: The Impact of Women on Cities’ talk
During the 'Festival of The Future City,' women leaders in Bristol came together for a panel discussion at the Watershed exploring “Leadership: The Impact of…
Inspiring Women Talk: Sheila Dawkins and the Bristol Tapestry
Made as a passion-project by a collection of dedicated women, the Bristol Tapestry depicts 1,000 years of history and it utilises everyday textiles, such as…
Inspiring Women Talk: Samera Bhatti on setting up your own business
Samera Bhatti, Chiropractor and Businesswoman, to tell us a bit about her journey, and offer pro tips on how to care for your back.
Bristol Women’s Voice Annual General Meeting Invitation
Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2023 is on Monday 9 October at St Paul's Learning Centre from 5:30pm. Open to all.
Review: Eating Myself – a culinary journey to self-discovery.
Volunteer Reporter, Genevieve Bland went to see Eating Myself, a play by Peruvian playwriter and actor, Pepa Duarte.
Press release: Disabled women come together urging for greater access to toilets in Bristol.
A new film launched by Bristol-group, Disabled Women Take Action (DWTA), aims to get more businesses signing up for the Community Toilet Scheme.
Inspiring Women Talk: Ari Cantwell and Kate Swain on community organising
On Tuesday 5 September, Ari Cantwell and Kate Swain share their experiences on community organising to a room packed full of women at the Redcatch…
Inspiring Women Talk: Sian Norris on the anti-gender movement
On Tuesday 2 August at the Zion Centre in Bedminster, investigative journalist Sian Norris told us of the harrowing realities of far-right extremist groups and…
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