This short film was made using the theme of ‘Doors’, ones that keep us safe and ones that prevent us from being safe.
Archive for the ‘International Women’s Day 2012’ Category
“Hundreds of women are taking part in events being held all over Scotland this Thursday to raise money for Oxfam’s projects on International Women’s Day. The events – ranging from mini film festivals, to dance classes and pamper evenings – will raise vital funds to support other women……”
Much has been achieved, but we face new and dangerous challenges.
On International Women’s Day 2012, the Fawcett Society has warned that the UK is at a tipping point for women’s rights. The charity has also unveiled new research by Ipsos MORI: ‘Who has that? Women’s perceptions of equality in the 21st century.’
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Visit Glasgow Equality Forum on facebook for more info on what’s going on this International Women’s Day
Source: Fulton and Bev
Celebrating Scotland’s inspirational women – those native to the country and those from far away.
In this short film by @Rachael_Fulton and @aimeebev, nineteen women living in Scotland, but hailing from places such as Botswana, Russia, Glasgow and Sri Lanka, all share their feelings about womanhood, discrimination, their childhood dreams and their hopes for the next generation of women.
Thursday 8th March, 10am – 2.30pm
Maryhill Integration Network’s International Women’s Day Event:
[Glasgow] 8th March, 12 – 3pm, Maryhill Community Centre, 35 Avenuepark St, G20 8TS. Read the rest of this entry ?