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100 years of international women’s day

It’s a salsa dancing lemon drizzle sky dive
Get together with friends to help raise money for Oxfam on International Women’s Day (8th March, 2013)and help women world wide.
Register for fundraising pack Glasgow Women’s Library
This year sees the Centenary Celebration of International Women’s Day – a real marker for women’s history and achievements around the world. To mark this occasion Glasgow Women’s Library have organised several events:
The Big Women’s Quiz of the Century – (sold out) and the launch of our new range of Women Make History workshops and so much more!
Glasgow Women’s Library
Glasgow Women’s Library
15 Berkeley Street, Glasgow, G3 7BW
Telephone: 0141 248 9969
email Women Make History Workshops – Launch Event
Thursday 3 March, 6pm (£3/free)
Come along and find out more about Women Make History and let us know what you want from our exciting new programme of Women Make History workshops – more information and book.. Telling Tales
Monday 7 March, 10am (Free)
Fairy tales are one of our first introductions to the world around us, but too often these tales portray women in a negative way. Telling Tales is a chance to get together with other women to talk about what our stories mean to us and to discuss what we would like to tell children about the world around them.
Free – booking essential The Dalit Women of India
Wednesday 9 March, 6pm (Free)
Beryl De Souza works in India on behalf of Dalit women who want action which makes a real difference. This event is an opportunity to hear from Beryl about the on-the-ground projects geared to preventing Dalit women being trafficked and how to help to bring about community transformation.
Moe information Cinema Feminista Saturday Matinee – I for India
Saturday 12 March, 2pm (Free)
As part of our Cinema Feminista Programme GWL are screening this fabulous documentary from director Sandhya Suri that chronicles her father’s emigration from India to England in the mid-1960s.
More information and to book Our Space – Play, Music and Dance
Sunday 27 March, 10am (£3/free)
This project takes place in the natural environment at Chatelherault Country Park, Hamilton ML3 7UE, exploring and connecting with Scotland’s natural heritage. Through theme based conversations across generations of migrant families, we make links between nature, homelands and heritage.
Sunday 2 April, 10am to 4pm
Mystery Location
This event will be collecting the stories of South Asian women of all ages. If you would like any more information, please contact us online or call Syma on 0141 248 9969.
more information Women Make History Workshop 2 – Gems from the GWL Archiv
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Thursday 7 April, 6pm (£3/free)
In the 1970s and 80s a group of artists from Slade School of Art came together to produce posters for different causes, including promoting women’s history. Come and hear the Collective’s story and be inspired by the posters from GWL’s archives. Women Make History Workshop 3 – Bottled Tears
Thursday 5 May, 6pm (£3/free)
Explore “one of the strangest migrations in modern history” (BBC). Following World War Two, tens of thousands of war brides made one-way voyages to their husbands’ distant homelands. In a spellbinding presentation Beverley Tosh will tell the tales of seven lasses who came of age in wartime Scotland then found themselves transplanted from Newfoundland to New Zealand. Women Make History Workshop 4 – Mystery History
Thursday 9 June, 6pm (£3/free)
Based on consultation with those attending previous Women Make History workshops we will be holding a mystery history workshop.
Information on how to book onto these events as well as details on how to join Glasgow Women’s Library
Glasgow Women’s Library
15 Berkeley Street, Glasgow, G3 7BW
Telephone: 0141 248 9969
email
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Ladyfest Glasgow
Kinning Park Complex
Friday 8th and Saturday 9th of March
Kinning Park Complex

Ladyfest is a woman-run, mostly-woman music festival here in Glasgow. Although
the performances are open to anyone, the workshops are only for people who
identify as women (cis or trans), gender-queer or non-gendered. Shitty that
feminist parlance in 2012 is still at the stage where it is necessary to note
that we will respect your gender identity, but there you go. Our feminism will
be intersectional, or it will be bullshit.

Full details of workshops and bands line-up and tickets on the website:
www.ladyfestglasgow.com

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