International Women’s Week/Month events with WinVisible

WinVisible logo.  A woman of colour's fist holding paper money, inside a women's symbol shaped into the Eye of Horus (symbol of healing).

Tues 7 March 1.30pm-2.30pm

Women and care (support and assistance)

Women and a man holding the red Unite Community East London branch banner.  Behind them are placards -- No to Islamaphobia, No to war.  Stop racist attacks, unite and fight.

East London Unite Community branch meeting. WinVisible guest speakers + discussion. Contact us for info/Zoom link.

Wednesday 8 March – International Women’s Day #IWD2023

Discover Voices podcast

Dis/cover Voices -- purple letters on a grey background with blue sound wave image.  Conversations with Dr Theo Blackmore.

Four WinVisible women talk with Dr Theo Blackmore, disAbility Cornwall

Audio click here — and audio on Amazon music, Google Podcasts, Spotify

YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@discovervoices/videos

Wed 8 March 11am-12.30pm

“How are gender issues shaped in society and how do these affect Disabled women?”

The Alliance for Inclusive Education.  A child's drawing of two children, one a wheelchair user and the other not visibly disabled, holding a banner, Education NOT Segregation.  On a purple and yellow background.

Event by the Alliance for Inclusive Education (ALLFIE). WinVisible is a guest on a panel with women from Inclusion London, Deaf Ethnic Women’s Association, ALLFIE women

Click here for info and to book your place & get Zoom link

11-12 all welcome 12-12.30 women-only discussion

Thursday 23 March 6pm-7.30pm

Disabled mothers speak out

University of East Anglia Students Union presents Women's History Month.  White lettering and sand coloured lettering outlined in black on a mauve background.

University of East Anglia Students’ Union — Women’s History Month event

Disabled mothers speak out about the discrimination and hostility faced by disabled mothers, single and working-class mothers, and mothers of colour, who face an uphill battle to stop social workers and the family courts taking our children from us.  Tye aged 19 speaks about her experience of forced adoption.

Videos + live discussion with the Disabled Mothers’ Rights Campaign

Where: Room 6, Union House, University of East Anglia campus, Norwich NR4 7TJ   and on Zoom.

More info here

Non-students: email win@winvisible.org for Zoom link

Other International Women’s Day/Month events

Global Women’s Strike — Wed 8 March

English Collective of Prostitutes – Mon 20 March

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