Protest against state-sanctioned forced adoptions

people stand in front of building with a long red banner with Support not Separation Stop snatching children from mums on it and above it an orange banner with Disabled Mothers' Rights Campaign to have & keep our kidspaign & nans on it

Shared from the Canary 1 March 2023 — part one of three reports by Steve Topple — thank you! A protest just highlighted how adoption is the state-sanctioned, forcible removal of children from marginalised women This is the first in a three-part series looking at adoption in the UK, focusing on marginalised mothers and caregivers.  The … Read more

International Women’s Week/Month events with WinVisible

Tues 7 March 1.30pm-2.30pm Women and care (support and assistance) 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 Four WinVisible women talk with Dr Theo Blackmore, disAbility Cornwall Audio click here — and audio on Amazon … Read more

Open Day Sun 8 March — International Women’s Day

Sunday 8 March — International Women’s Day Open Day with the Global Women’s Strike and other organisations at the Crossroads Women’s Centre Workshops, films, exhibition, music, refreshments… See programme below. Find out about campaigns and volunteering for survival and caring, against poverty, rape, racism and every violence and discrimination, detention & deportation, wars and climate … Read more

Fri 8 March: International Women’s Day/Strike

International Women’s Day/Strike DEFENDING OUR CHILDREN AND OUR WORLD The Global Women’s Strike (GWS) is hosting this outdoor picket, delighted to be joined by Frack Free Knitting Nanas Lancashire, Stanstead 15, Mental Health Resistance Network, English Collective of Prostitutes, WinVisible, Women of Colour Global Womens Strike and more.  Info below, you are welcome to contact us on Weather … Read more

8 March: Disabled mums speak out at Family Courts on Trial

Plain text version below image Disabled mums will be speaking out against discrimination and joining forces with other mums.  The weather will be a sweltering 9 degrees! Read Legal Action for Women’s dossier of mothers’ experiences of Social Services and the family courts.  We co-wrote the chapter on disability discrimination against mothers and children, chapter … Read more