Saturday 11th July 2015
A day for activists, therapists, people of all genders and feminisms to explore what feminism means to us now.
In the past few years there has been a new generation of women speaking out against sexism and inequality with fresh and innovative energy. There are online projects and campaigns, books, articles, blogs, stand-up comedy and new feminist groups forming in schools and societies. Some are calling it the 4th Wave of Feminism, others prefer to call it Intersectional Feminism. It is characterised by an inclusivity and recognition of the many different and conflicting voices and visions of Feminism, with a particular emphasis on the intersecting of oppressions.
Nimco Ali: CEO of Daughters Of Eve “No shame in oversharing.”
Havva Mustafa: Feminist Counsellor “Feminism – Is resistance futile?”
Lyndsey Moon: Psychologist and Trans Activist “Genderqueer and Feminism”
There will be a variety of workshops to choose from, including workshops given by The English collective of Prostitutes, Black Women’s Rape Action Project, Southall Black Sisters, and an abundance of conversations to be had.
Location: NCVO London, N1 9RL
Booking: You will need to complete a booking form before attending this event. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Price:(includes refreshments but not lunch)
PCSR member: £80, Non-member: £90,
Students/Trainees/low-wage or unwaged: £50,
Early Bird £10 discount off the above rates before 29th May
Accessibility: The venue is fully wheelchair accessible, parking is available by prior arrangement and there is an induction loop. Please let us know at the time of booking if you have any particular requirements.