Highlights From our 16 Days of Action

At The Women’s Centre we’re running our 16 Days of Action activity from the 25th November until the 10th December to mark the international campaign for an end to violence against women and girls. We’re running a whole host of activities including Sharing Lives, a look at the lives of women in Kyrgyzstan and Vietnam. We’re also running a personal safety workshop for women with a discussion on confidence and self-esteem. Crucially, we are running a seminar on domestic abuse and coercive control. Here are all the details of what we’re running over the 16 days…

27th November
Sharing Lives, the cultures and traditions of Kyrgyzstan and Vietnam with Meerim and Thu, 10am-12pm

29th November
Safety Session provided by WISE Women – a participative session on how to stay safe with a discussion on confidence and self-esteem, 10:30am-11:30am

4th December
Sharing Lives follow-up from Meerim and Thu on Kyrgyzstan and Vietnam with a focus on the challenges facing women in their countries, 10am-12pm

4th December
Film afternoon. Join us for a screening of “9 to 5” starring Dolly Parton, 1pm-3pm

5th December
Remembering Glasgow’s Forgotten Women. An informal session looking at the history behind the “Glasgow System”, a time in our city’s history which saw the collusion of the church, local authorities, police and medical profession to enforce the social repression of women, 10:00am-11:30am

5th December
Seminar: Domestic Abuse and Coercive Control. The seminar is aimed at anyone who’s interested in finding out more about the current developments around these disturbing issues affecting not only individuals but families and the wider community. Jan McLeod from The Women’s Support Project will provide an update on domestic abuse and detail the meaning of coercive control as well as giving latest statistics on the extent of the problem.

Naomi Breeze will perform one-woman play “Kaleidoscope” which addresses the effects of coercive control, 12:00pm-3:00pm

8th December
Women’s Festival. A day of celebration of women with activities all afternoon including threading, henna, Songs for Freedom, Maryhill Integration Network’s dancers and a daytime disco with Weekday Wow Factor, 12:00pm-3:00pm

For any information on any of these events, or to book a place call 0141 576 1400 or email info@womenscentreglasgow.org.uk

We look forward to seeing you!

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