The Global Women’s Strike Experience – Part 1

A photo compilation of varied speakers, women of different backgrounds and a man.  Pink letters on a black background say: Wages for Housework, 50 years of campaigning.  Other info repeated in blogpost below.
­Info from the Global Women’s Strike:

The Wages for Housework Campaign is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a series of events, in person and online, and the launch of our community archives. More info here.  

Next event: The Global Women’s Strike Experience – Part 1
Australia, Ireland, Kenya, Quebec, Singapore, Thailand, UK

When: Saturday 28 May, 2-4pm, in person
Where: Bishopsgate Institute, London EC2M 4QH. Access info below. 


CRISSIE AMISS, UK: Global Women Against Deportation (GWAD), Women Against Rape, Women of Colour Global Women’s Strike (GWS)  

CHARLOTTE LEE, Singapore/UK: International Prostitutes Collective, GWS  

LIZ HILTON, Australia/Thailand: Empower, Community Women Human Rights Defenders Collective, GWS

BENOIT MARTIN, Quebec/UK: Payday – a network of men campaigning with GWS  

LU NJOKI, Kenya/UK: All African Women’s Group, GWAD, Women of Colour GWS
MAGGIE RONAYNE, Ireland: NUI Galway, trade unionist, GWS
Chairing: NIKI ADAMS, UK: English Collective of Prostitutes, GWS  

Followed by Q&A Some panellists have been with WFH/GWS for years while others are newer members. They bring their experiences of organizing as part of an international network with a shared perspective. How has this changed their lives?  

Address and access:
Bishopsgate Institute, 230 Bishopsgate London EC2M 4QH. Info here.
Near Liverpool St Station.

Parking is very limited around Liverpool St Station red route.  If Brushfield St Blue Badge bays are full, more spaces further away at 3-6 Steward St, London E1 6FQ via Commercial St. 
Contact us if you need more info.

Recording will be available online after the event.

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